Warisan Casa - Bali
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CASA Warisan is the outlet for Warisan residential furniture in Bali. CASA gives residents in Bali and visiting homeowners the chance to buy unique, hospitality quality furnishings for their private use. It also provides a showroom for contract customers to view many of our collections in bright, airy surroundings. The natural sunshine of Bali reveals the quality of the wood and the fine craftsmanship which goes into making Warisan products unique. There are also many lifestyle accessories that will embellish any style of home.
Casa runs art exhibitions, with 3 or 4 different artists a year. The gallery interior, specialist lighting and professional staff ensure that this is a place to remember. Our staff are able to advise visitors on which items meld together. In all Warisan products, great care is taken with the selection of raw material, and the company has always tried to use timber from sustainable plantations or recycled from demolished buildings like Javanese joglos.
The main timbers used in Indonesia are TEAK and MAHOGANY, purchased from Government plantations (PERHUTANI) and sometimes from private plantations. Since teak and mahogany are not native to Indonesia, one can be sure that all supplies of these two are plantation products. We also use INDONESIAN ROSEWOOD (Sonokeling), but as the supply of this beautiful wood is limited, we use it for accents or small productions only.
Other woods from plantations are PINE and DAMMAR, but owing to their lower quality, we use them only in some structural, non-visible parts. Another wood similar to teak in colour, but not as hard is CHINA BERRY (Mindi), that we buy in from small plantations.
Besides furniture, paintings and other decorative items, shoppers will also find decorative lighting by Warisan Lighting, Bali's leading supplier of lighting to hotels and resorts. The lighting studio will make custom products to fulfil the specific requirements of clients.
Warisan offers a design consultancy that will work with your appointed architects, project managers and decorators. The skill base of the company and over 20 years of experience in finding creative furniture solutions is guaranteed to benefit clients from residential and contract sectors.
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