It’s a natural desire for an interior designer or future cafe owner to travel to some countries and visit the local cafes to feel in person the ambiance of the interior and exterior. And learn if they feel the same experience with tens of thousands of visitors who proudly posted on instagram. Then decide to just use the similar interior design style back in town, then start hunting for local made furnitures and home decor to achieve the similar scale of ambiance.
Bali Cafes are of designers’ favorite to get inspired from. You can see them going around into details of the Balinese local made furnitures and home decor, while waiting for their lunch. Taking pictures of the architecture details and touch the materials to be sure of the texture. Some go into connection details, learn how wooden beams are connected, how thatch roof are handsewn and installed, how teak wood building are constructed.
But with travel restrictions around the world making it hard for them to jump on the plane, let me just curate some cafes interior design for you to take a look. This might not be the details you look for, but at least you can get some insights on what Bali has to offer in terms of furnitures and home decors, as well as building materials.
Later this week I will curate for you the detail furnitures and home decor this cafes have used, so you may immediately reach out to us and request for sourcing services. Until then, be inspired and pick anything from the images the thing you would like to have for your future interior design project.
Do not be intimidated by the thoughts, thinking this might be over your budget. You may start with as low as $15,000 to fill up a container load freight and have enough Bali furnitures, home decors and cafe supplies for the project basic elements.
Photography: Bali Cafes