Bali Inspired Wooden Garden Furniture Now Available in South Africa
Submitted by: Bali Style Outdoor and Patio Furniture
South African lovers of genuine Balinese furniture can now directly source wooden garden furniture locally from balistyle.co.za
Cape Town, Western Cape (OPENPRESS) December 30, 2011 -- Bali architecture is inspired by two major factors; Hinduism and the indigenous architecture that pre dates Hindu influences. The Balinese people blend these factors well to come up with beautiful hand crafted home accessories, furniture, ceramics, artworks, and even glassware that are acclaimed the world over. Balistyle, a wooden garden furniture( http://balistyle.co.za/ ) store in Constantia, South Africa sells Bali style furniture to lovers of this style.
The store was established in 1996 by Shirley De Witt and has now developed into a reputable supplier of wooden outdoor furniture( http://balistyle.co.za/ ). They are a family business and the longest established outdoor furniture company in the whole of South Africa.
The showroom displays several unique designs of furniture including extension tables, coffee tables, loungers, love tables, dining tables, chairs, folding chairs, umbrellas, and even sofas. They also hold exhibitions at shopping malls around Cape Town, including the Tyger Valley Shopping Mall and Constantia Village.
"This year we showcased our furniture's at several exhibitions including the House and Garden Exhibition, Homemakers exhibition, and the Decorex show in Durban. We were also present at the Homemakers and Decorex shows in Johannesburg and Cape Town," says the spokesperson at Bali Style.
Although there are many Bali based furniture showrooms that sell wooden patio furniture( http://balistyle.co.za/ ), importing them from Bali can be a real pain.
"What manufacturers don't tell you is that furniture's are actually made in Java, but displayed in Bali, because that is where the business is. The ship too departs from Java. Thus, when you choose furniture it takes a detour back to Java, thereby adding to the shipping costs. Damage in transit is also a major worry. If the wood used to make the furniture isn't old enough, they are likely to wrap and crack. Paperwork including insurance can be a problem. And once it arrives in South Africa, the entire load can be ordered to be unloaded and searched. Repacking cannot be done at this stage. Thus you are left with furniture that is prone to insect attacks, despite the fumigation (for which you are charged separately) that is done in Indonesia. But in contrast, when you buy wooden garden furniture made at Bali Style, all these problems can be avoided," adds the spokesperson.
About Bali Style: Bali Style was started in 1996 by Shirley De Witt. The store is the ultimate destination for those who seek to buy Balinese style wooden garden furniture.