Bali's must-do chic shops celebrate Seminyak

Bali has come of age. These are some of the best spots on the island for chic homewares, eclectic clothing and even a great cup of coffee.

Women Shopping for clothes.
  • Laura Turner
  • September 2018

These are some of the best spots in Bali for chic homewares, eclectic clothing and even a great cup of coffee.


1. Namu Store

Paolo Zancanaro is said to have consulted for the top names in the industry: Miuccia Prada, Giorgio Armani and Vivienne Westwood. The Italian-born designer weaves ethnic looks with Asian and European influences to create an eclectic style all of her own. Chic vacation opens in new window clothing and accessories feature her handmade embellishments and patterns made with traditional Indonesian batik dyeing and Indian woodblock printing techniques.
Jalan Petitenget No. 234x


2. Kevala Home at Carga

Kevala opens in new window translates from Sanskrit as perfect, whole and complete, and it’s a design ideal that flows into everything the brand’s skilled local artisans produce. The creative tableware and décor pieces include natural and cultural influences, each telling an individual story. Think hand-drawn botanical illustrations, earthy glazes and jagged finishes. The store’s collaborations with talented artists such as Singapore’s Gilly Beal can be found in restaurants across Bali.
Jalan Petitenget No. 886


3. Magali Pascal

Lovers of silks, lace and organic fabric will find a new home in one of Magali Pascal’s opens in new window four flagship stores in Bali. The Paris-born fashion designer debuted her first collection in 2002 and launched her eponymous clothing label in 2004. Her collections are instantly recognisable for their playfully feminine aesthetic and earthy tones, and feature easy-to-wear pieces embodying French elegancy and high-end design.
Jalan Petitenget No. 100x


4. Corner House

The creation of husband-and-wife duo Matt Neville and Magali Pascal, Corner House fills the footprints of the former Corner Store, which burned down in 2013. What to expect now: a sophisticated coffee joint reminiscent of a colonial bar. French flair blends with industrial chic, with soft leather couches, distressed wood and polished concrete. Recharge with a bite from the Australian-style brunch menu and a perfectly brewed coffee.
Jalan Laksmana No. 10a; +62 361 730276


5. Souq Organic

For owners Sophie Gargett and Peter Kemp, Souq opens in new window is the melting pot of a combined 50 years of living, working and travelling in Asia. Merging old-world crafts and traditional techniques with avant-garde design has resulted in a unique collection that oozes sophistication. Browse the racks for quirky clot hing and footwear, admire the interior décor and furniture, or linger over brunch in the café while you plan your made-to-order designs.
Jalan Raya Basangkasa No. 10


6. KAZ

Joel Nielsen and Tony Sitepu find the beauty in imperfection as they weave together Scandinavian designs with Indonesian craftsmanship at KAZ opens in new window (formerly MUUBS in the Rough). Incorporating the strength of wood, stone and leather in their designs, their collections feature contemporary furniture, textiles and accessories that bring the warmth of human creation to the urban home. Bespoke pieces are available on request.
Jalan Raya Basangkasa No. 13


7. Domicil Living

French influences meet South East Asian culture here, where you can immerse yourself in a setting of gorgeously styled dining opens in new window, bedroom and outdoor collections. Carved elephants stand proudly beneath French chandeliers, while solid metal cutlery and vintage crockery beckon from classic European dining tables. With warm tones and soft lifting throughout, you’ll wish you could live here, but may have to settled for shipping a piece or two home.
Jalan Raya Basangkasa No. 56