The shopping scene in Bali is one of the most vibrant and diverse in the world. From street markets to chic boutiques, the island is a shopping mecca for tourists and locals alike. One of the most popular items to shop for in Bali is homewares. The array of colourful and unique pieces available makes it a must-stop destination for anyone looking to spruce up their home.
On the streets of Seminyak, Ubud and Canggu, you’ll find an abundance of stores dedicated to homewares. Whether it’s a rustic wooden furniture piece, a modern woven rug or an intricately designed ceramic bowl, the selection of items available at these stores is truly remarkable. If you’re looking for something truly unique, some shops specialise in handmade items crafted from local materials such as rattan, bamboo, and brass.
Not only can you find a wide variety of traditional and contemporary homewares in Bali, but the prices are also very reasonable. Many of the stores offer bulk discounts for larger purchases and some even offer free shipping. Many second-hand stores stock vintage pieces, which can be great for those looking for an eclectic, one-of-a-kind piece.
From modern statement pieces to timeless classics, the island has something for everyone. Scroll down to see our recommendations (in alphabetical order).
This bohemian paradise is the go-to destination for anyone looking to add some style and personality to their living space. When you’re making your Bali shopping list, make sure to include some places where you can buy memories to take home with you. And there’s no better place to do that than Billie’s. This quaint and boho-chic homewares store is filled with unique and stylish items that have a natural and tropical flair. You can find everything from decor and accessories to jewellery, kids toys and clothes – all sourced and made in Indonesia.
One of the best things about Billie’s is the affordable prices. You’ll be tempted to go a little overboard on your purchases here, so don’t say “we didn’t warn you!” And don’t forget to check out the products for kids – there’s a lot to choose from.
In collaboration with local artisans, this homewares boutique and gallery stocks various knick-knacks to spruce up your home, from ceramics to naturally dyed textiles and even scented candles. Need a caffeine kick to fuel your shopping spree? The gallery’s cafe, in partnership with Rou Coffee, slings Tokyo-inspired specialty coffee for you to try.
Canggu & Co
Boho-chic, tropical living. Canggu & Co couldn’t be any more island-vibey if they tried, with gorgeous crocheted cushions and top quality textiles, alongside statement wall carvings, ornate candle holders, impressive ethnic artwork and all the decorative homewares pieces you could ever wish for. And while the fabulous pieces here resemble popular products found in high-end home decor stores, the ones here come at a fraction of the price. That’s a homewares win right there.
Feliz’Eye Art Painting Gallery
Home-making simply wouldn’t be complete without jazzing up your space with a diverse array of expressive artwork. At Feliz’Eye Art Painting Gallery, you’ll get to browse stunning creations from more than 50 local and international artists, ranging from Asiatic-themed paintings to modern contemporary art, figurative art, abstract art, pop art, and Balinese traditional paintings too. All of the artwork is original (the paintings come with a certificate of authenticity), and even if you’re not in the market for eye-catching wall art, the gallery itself is a warm and inviting place that welcomes everybody.
Gaya Ceramic & Design
It’s hard to resist Gaya Ceramic & Design’s divine collection of handmade, artisanal homeware collections. From gorgeous bowls, plates, jugs and kettles for a table setting like no other, to stunning lamp and wall fixtures that look more like modern art installations, Gaya Ceramic & Design is sure to set your hobby for homewares on fire. And with made-to-order custom designs, these treasured creations are sure to get your friends talking at your next dinner party. Don’t leave without nabbing a vase or fruit bowl, which can be carefully wrapped and packed into your suitcase.
The word Kevala means perfect, whole, and complete – that’s the exact design philosophy behind all of the ceramics that Kevala creates. Each piece is handmade and hand decorated by local artisans in Bali, with the most perfect colours and textures realised through the heart and hands of the island’s finest craftsmen. This is feel-good tableware at its best.
Threads of Life
Home to ethical, sustainable and heirloom-quality textiles, Threads of Life is where you can browse and buy fair-trade gems in all different shapes, sizes and naturally-dyed colours – decorating your home in traditional and unique, handcrafted creations. A gallery and workshop combo, you’ll also find wearable scarves and smaller textiles, basketry, decorative pillows and other homewares here, crafted to the highest standards from materials made within local weaving communities.