Every day we wake up to a new trend, from fashion, music to design, furniture is no exception to this. So, what’s new on the furniture scene? If you’re on the lookout for a home makeover or some home decor ideas, read on for some hot trends you might want to consider for an updated style. Like they always said, “the right piece of furniture can transform a room.” We’ve gathered our resources and now we would like to share with you all the next big things that you can expect in 2020 until early 2021.Continue Reading
Pasola & Wastra Sumba
From the previous article, we have discussed the traditional Sumba wedding customs and traditional Sumba funerals. Let us discuss more about the traditions and culture in East Sumba, Pasola & Sumba Weave. In East Sumba, weaving is one of the most striking figurative ikat produced anywhere. Here, the big hinggi is woven in pairs and worn as a loincloth and shoulder wrap by the men of East Sumba. The most important of these weaving villages is Prailiu which is located just outside Waingapu. Pau, known for its famous lungsi weaving, Rende and other villages near Melolo, and Kaliuda on the southeast coast, where the hinggi design is in traditional lateral stripes and characteristically features horses and roosters. Horses are a great feature on Sumba, have been exported as cavalry mounts for colonial soldiers, cherished by Sumbanese people, ridden on Pasola which we will tell you in more detail about it in this article.Continue Reading
Sumba is an island in the province of East Nusa Tenggara (NTT). There are 4 districts and their capital cities, namely East Sumba with the capital Waingapu, Central Sumba with the capital Waibakul, West Sumba with the capital Waikabubak, and Southwest Sumba with the capital Waitabula. Sumba is well-known as Sandalwood Island because of its long-standing Sandalwood horse-breeding site. Besides, Sumba is also famous for its megalithic gravestones and woven cloth.
Let’s discuss more deeply about things that can not be separated from the inherent traditions in Sumba starting from the decorative woven cloth, the magnificent traditional house, the ritual marriage that is Continue Reading
Kaliuda Gallery is a furniture and home decor supplier and manufacturer. Specialized in teak wood with Grade A quality, we have various ranges of style and selection for indoor and outdoor furniture. We have an online and offline store located in the heart of Bali, Denpasar. Kaliuda Gallery is open from Monday to Saturday starting from 9:00 – 18:00 WITA.
In this video, you will see a preview of how our Gallery looks and also a little sneak peek of our warehouse. Besides furniture, Kaliuda Gallery also displays Balinese home decor and antique primitive art which you can order and customize the design depending on your style and taste. From the front yard, you can park your vehicle and find a beautiful selection of outdoor furniture displayed in front of our gallery. When you enter our gallery don’t forget to check your left and right areas because we also display a couple of indoor furniture there.Continue Reading
What is Kaliuda Gallery?
Since 1983, Kaliuda Gallery has been established on the island of the Gods, Bali. It focuses only on artworks such as antique ikat woven from all over Indonesia and also antique sculptures. In 1997, Kaliuda developed into Kaliuda Gallery where with a passion for interior design, we focused on the production of furniture and home décor that led to manufacturing and export-import. With 37 years of experience in this field Kaliuda Gallery has grown to supply high-quality furniture and home decoration and accessories all over the world. We are known to have specialized in solid teak wood and experience in producing and exporting various styles and designs of furniture to worldwide markets. Not limited to just teak, Kaliuda Gallery also supplies other common wood such as Continue Reading
Here are the various types of handles and knobs that we use in furniture. You can customize the handle with the furniture of your choice according to what you want. Just simply contact us for more information.
Handle and Knobs
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- The fee that will be obtained is 5% of the total purchase of each person invited.
- After payment of the invoice has been paid using the voucher code provided and the payment is declared valid, the fee will be paid at the beginning of the following month and will be transferred to the account number registered.
Stay safe in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are required to unite and care for each other by doing the #stayathome and #physicaldistancing movements. Kaliuda Gallery also strongly support this movement by inviting #workfromhome using digital technology as the form of our CSR awareness. Together we have hope for our community (environment).
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Step 1: Go to our website kaliudabali.com
Step 2: On the home page, go to the Program menu and select “Affiliate” from the dropdown list.
Step 3: Please fill out the form here to begin earning.
Step 4: You will receive an email and Whatsapp with your unique referral code that should be given to your friends to use when purchasing from an online/offline store.
Step 5: Your friend will get a 15% discount on the purchase and you get 5% of the total purchased by your friend.
When they use your code, you earn! It’s that easy.
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Based on the official Government notice on 15th of March, we support #stopsuperspread of COVID-19. Due to this issue, Kaliuda Gallery Bali and warehouse will be strelized by spraying desinfectans daily. We also provide handwash area in front of the Gallery and hand sanitizer inside the Gallery. We take this matter seriously and this will take immediately.
You can still shop online with us.
Simply send us an email or Whatsapp and let us assist you. Note that all the items will be sanitized before any shipping.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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Is known as Samanea saman, also sometimes known as the rain tree, is a species of flowering tree in the pea family, Fabaceae, now in the Mimosoid clade and is native to the Central and South America. This assortment of wood is to a great degree well known in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, and other Southeast Asian nations. Known for its sturdiness and moderateness suar wood is frequently used to make tables, seats, chests, reflect outlines and so forth.
The following is an example of the Kaliuda Gallery finishing color in Suar wood.
Teak is known as Tectona grandis is a tropical hardwood tree species placed in the flowering plant family Lamiaceae with specify:
- Heartwood is yellowish. It darkens as it ages. Sometimes there are dark patches on it. There is a leather-like scent in newly cut wood.
- Sapwood is whitish to pale yellowish brown. It can easily separate from heartwood.
- Wood texture is hard and ring porous.
- Density varies according to moisture content: at 15% moisture content it is 660 kg/m3
Most of the furniture in Kaliuda Gallery uses material from teak wood. Here is an example of finishing various colors in teak wood:
Old Pine Wood
Guazuma ulmifolia, commonly known as West Indian elm or bay cedar, is a medium-sized tree normally found in pastures and disturbed forests. Utilized for posts, interior carpentry, light construction, boxes, crates, shoe horns, tool handles, and charcoal. The wood is found to be very unproblematic to work with. The sapwood has a color of brown (light) and the heartwood is pink to brown.
If you have your own color reference, please request here.