When you visit Bali, try to visit Kevala Ceramic Bali, an unbeatable collection of designer homewares. The shop focuses on ceramic items which are produced in a factory in Sanur and many of the restaurants in Bali will amuse the visitors by serving food in these amazingly beautiful bowls, plates, and cups. The utensils display vivid pictures of flowers, plants, and other items and you will feel elevated by looking at them.
The most celebrated peculiarity of these items is that no two items will look identical and the variety of items ranges from stoneware, tableware, candle holders, bathroom paraphernalia etc that appear in different size, shape, colour, and texture. The inconsistencies of the items are the results of the kiln-firing process up to 1200 degree Celsius and that is the age-old tradition followed while these materials are crafted.
Highlights: Kevala Ceramics have the best designers with them and designs which become world class. The designs are portrayed in natural colours. The owners collaborate with guest artists from the different parts of the world like Gilly Beal, Dimity Kidston etc. Though the items look unidentical, by a touch you would understand all of them are made by hand individually. People in Bali believe that these sets of plates and bowls will add colours to your kitchen and dining area and the presence of good vibes in your room.
Kevala Ceramics give their crafts to wholesale traders and manufacturers. Nonetheless, anyone can get these collections at several retail shops in Bali called Kevala Home.
Price range: The smaller items in the shop will have the prices starting from 250000 IDR when bigger items and showpieces will cost around USD 200 and more. Depending on the designer and material quality, the price varies.
Opening hours: 09:00 am to 07:30 pm
Location: Jl. Mertasari No. 21, Suwung Kangin, Sidakarya, Denpasar Sel., Kota Denpasar, Bali 80224, Indonesia.