Yuni Bali Furniture, August 19th , 2013.Decoration and Accessories : Exotic Living Room Design With Bali Furniture Style
Bali furniture is famous for its exceptional shape, color, texture and material. Unless you live in Bali or at least anywhere in Indonesia with close access to original Balinese furniture, these things are normally found at Bali hotels, villas and resorts (you might have once admired rich, warm colors of teakwood and rattan furniture at your hotel room or villa in Bali, beautifully contrasted with modern amenities and design elements around them). However, thanks to its worldwide popularity, you can now find Bali furniture items and accessories anywhere, including at online stores. The original one is of course more expensive than the non-original, but as long as the quality is good, you can still bring Balinese atmosphere into your house with low budgets.
If you want to make your living room or bedroom looks exotic and artsy like a Balinese house, but has no money to buy a lot of original Indonesian furniture items, do not sweat. With the right piece of furniture and decorative elements, you can turn various rooms at your house into something that screams ‘Bali.’ Here are some tips:
• Teakwood Furniture as Center Piece.
High quality teakwood furniture has quite expensive price, so if you cannot buy much, buy several teakwood furniture items that can become standout centerpiece, such as teakwood table, wardrobe or chairs. Teakwood’s warm color and elegant look will suit any type of decoration, and create exotic look at your living space.
• Rattan Furniture Items.
Rattan is something you will see a lot in many Indonesian style houses, including Bali. Since rattan is cheaper than teakwood, you can put more rattan furniture in your house than teakwood, such as chairs, sofa base, coffee table, lamp shades and many more. Rattan is light, easy to clean, lightweight and gives prominent tropical atmosphere in any house. It also goes great with a lot of interior styles, from classic, tropical to modern.
• Warm, Natural Colors.
Balinese style decorations and buildings use a lot of warm, natural colors such as white, off-white, ivory, beige, brown and dark red. Apply these colors on the walls, decorative items, curtains or sofa padding, along with your other exotic furniture. Try experimenting with two different shades for walls in a room, such as red with beige. This will create contemporary look that many hotels in Bali also adopt.
• Traditional Cloths as Decorative Items.
Bali has beautiful cloth designs, including colorful batik and black-and-white checkered motifs that you can see adorn a lot of buildings, temples and statues in Bali (the black-and-white motif symbolizes dark and bright sides in life). You can use these cloths as wall decorations by simply hanging them with nails, draping them over a sofa, or turning them into curtains and lamp shades.
Bali design style and furniture will make your house looks like one of those luxurious suites or resort rooms; try these ideas even if you do not buy the furniture directly from Bali, and you can make your living space stands out and wonderful.
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