4 Colorful Homeware Shops & Boutique Worth Visiting When in Bali

There is more to shopping in Bali than the cheap batik sarongs, one dollar key-chain souvenirs or Bintang singlets. Over the past few years, retail therapy on this island has evolve to include some homegrown high-end boutiques, cafes, hand-made furniture and homeware shops. Here are some of my favourites :

1.Mister Zimi Satu

Mister Zimi is a Bali-based label, the brainchild of husband and wife, Zoe and Jimi Paul from Melbourne, Australia. Mister Zimi ranges from summer dresses, bikinis and leather jackets in bright pops of color and bold patterns which brings back the laid-back 70’s vibe.

Mister Zimi Satu, Bali

Mister Zimi Satu, Bali

Mister Zimi Satu, Bali

Mister Zimi Satu, Bali
Dresses with relaxed silhouettes and bold prints in store at Mister Zimi Satu, Bali

Mister Zimi Satu
Jalan Kayu Aya No. 22, Seminyak, Bali

Opening Hours :
Monday – Sunday : 9.00am to 9.00pm

Website :

2. Samantha Robinson Handmade Porcelain

Samantha Robinson is a well-known talented Australian potter who makes one of the finest porcelains; incorporating soft color pallets and patterns. Samantha’s creations have been chosen by many Australian master chefs and culinary providers to showcase their unique cooking skills. Her beautiful ceramics on display consists of colorful handmade teapots, dishes, one of a kind bowls, vases and a stunning range of porcelain wares.

Samantha Robinson
Samantha’s handmade signature ‘Watermelon bowl’ featured in the middle

Samantha Robinson

Samantha Robinson

Samantha Robinson Handmade Porcelain
Jalan Kayu Jati 2a, Seminyak, Bali

Opening Hours :
Monday – Saturday : 10.00am – 7.00pm
Sunday : 10.00am – 5.00pm

Website :

3. Bali Zen Home Decor

Bali Zen is an eco-friendly, fair trade home decor and gifts which are handmade in Bali and designed by Andrea Phillips. Andrea and her husband Nyoman live and work in Bali & the USA with their two children. She continuously works to create beautiful line of products that are handmade from sustainable materials such as bamboo, shells and organic cotton and recycle wherever possible.

Walking into this shop is like walking into a colorful candy store; except the candies are colorful cushions, bed sheets, runners, table linens, decoration umbrellas, matching light pendants and knick-knacks. Andrea’s fabric designs really modernizes the Balinese traditional look and turning it into a laid-back, modern coastal vibe for everyone.




Amazing colors & prints awaits you at the Bali Zen store


Bali Zen
Jalan Raya Basangkasa 40, Seminyak, Bali

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4. Souq

Souq is a stylish lifestyle store that offers a well curated collection of homewares, fashion for adults and kids, handmade rattan furniture, rare vintage toys and a small cafe tucked neatly in one corner. Owned by a dynamic pair of husband and wife, Peter Kemp and Sophie Gargett, they named it Souq which translates to ‘marketplace’ in Arabic – a perfect description for this eclectic boutique cafe. A place where one-of-a-kind collections are paired side-by-side with simple, delicious comfort food, so you get the best of both worlds.


souq bali
Don’t forget to look up – hand painted palm leaves on the ceiling




The Souq fabulous storefront – via www.souqstore.co

Souq Homeware & Cafe
10 Jalan Basangkasa, Seminyak, Bali

Opening Hours :
7.00am – 9.00pm

Website :


Perhaps it’s time to pay Bali a visit again? 🙂
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