The villa “Atas Ombak” in Indonesian language translates to “Villa above the waves”, was one of the first large luxury villas built in the 90s in Bali. It is located by the beach on the ground of 70 are.
The decoration and the furniture are very characteristic of the Balinese colonial style of this time.
It is a mixture of old furniture such as old Javanese benches in teak, window cabinets in teak, small Chinese furniture with gilding, bed/bedside sets in teak more minimalist style, large colonial round teak table covered with a marble plate, rectangular Javanese table match with rattan colonial armchairs.
On the terrace, facing the sea, very large bamboo sofas are installed, a traditional Balinese style model.
Around the pool are a dozen of teak sunbed with sumbrella cushions and large parasols, as well as teak/sumbrella.
Everything is appropriate with elements of decoration such as sculpted furniture, primitive statues, old music instruments, big mirrors in teak, Balinese artist paintings, large terracotta or ceramic pot, lamps bedside table manufactured from old potteries, Balinese ceremony umbrellas, etc