Located on the second floor, these open bedrooms are segregated only by lofty voile curtains and mosquito nets. The choice of natural finishes of wood and plain textiles provides the ideal backdrop for the surroundings beyond. Beneath the height of the roof, one can imagine sleeping out in the open, under the stars. During the day, the beds are used as couches, hence extending the living space.
A contemporary still-life in a corner of the living room: Against a plain white backdrop, simple elements in the form of glass and etched stone become an altar-like console, upon which local hand-crafted objects are displayed.
Nature dominates in the living room; the leitmotif is green, played in the walls, the fabric of the pillowcases and cushions, BALI HOUSE DESIGNS FLOOR PLANS and the nature-themed art pieces in the wall niches. The centrepiece low table reflects the rustic textural quality that characterizes the entire interiors. On the back wall, a traditional rice paddy hat is used as a lampshade, while two carved wood artworks from Sumba and Java stand out against the pale backdrop.
Micky the cat seems to enjoy lounging on the bed, made up with white linen and voile curtains, in this airy bedroom on the second storey A tropical hat from Vietnam and a lacquered thermos from Burma stand on a leather and black canvas suitcase, set next to the bed.
A restful sitting area on the ground floor that opens out to the garden is protected from the glare of the midday sun by voile and silk curtains. The large daybed is arranged in a comfortable quasi-Janus sofa, decked with pillows and bolsters.
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