For their Bali hideaway, Dominique Verdellet, co-owner of Indonesian décor shop
Haveli, and her husband, Jean-Marc Lavergne, took inspiration from Java’s Dutch colonial houses. Patterned blue-and-white floor tiles, colorful Indonesian painted doors, and brass-accented hanging lanterns give it a subtle ethnic flavor without resorting to pastiche.
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Painted doors, a teak table set, and a muted color palette of browns and blues come together in this Bali-inspired kitchen.
Colored Glass Pendant Lantern
Colored glass pendant lanterns can echo the hue of a key decorative element or appliance.
Colored Glass Pendant Lantern, $1,660 at
Balinese Painted Door
A built-in pantry is fitted with vintage decorative Indonesian doors that echo the tile floor.
Find unique doors at
Ornate Floor Tiles
Add pattern with ornate tiles similar to the handmade Javanese ones here.
Versus Medina Deco Tiles, $20-$25/sq. ft. at
Sub-Zero Side-by-Side Fridge
We have 2 refrigerators, and it is a constant struggle to keep them clean and organized. We love these fridges though! A stainless steel refrigerator-freezer is a great high-tech concession in a low-tech scheme. Sub-Zero uses technology from NASA to keep the air in them purified, so we don’t have to worry too much about mold, bacteria, and viruses on our food. You can often find Jake Cohen, our kitchen assistant, hiding in the corner eating ice cream. Sub-Zero side-by-side fridge, from $8,170 at
Glass Storage Jars with Metal Lids
Show off anything from dried fruits to freshly baked cookies in glass jars.
Glass Storage Jars with Metal Lids, from $5 at
Wooden shelves, instead of cabients, keep frequently used ingredients close at hand.
For cathedral-style glass pendants with electric candles, check out the Hundi Lantern.
Hundi Lantern, $299 at
Metal Moroccan Lanterns
These old-fashioned Moroccan lanterns, with intricate metal detailing, bring warmth to your kitchen with their amber glow.
Moroccan Lanterns, $54-$196 (depending on size) at