Bazar Bizar

Kontich / Belgium

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BAZAR BIZAR, antwerp designed, Bali made. From Bali to Tulum, Ibiza, Mykonos, Côte d’Azur, Costa Rica and Melbourne. The most beautiful, high-end bohemian handcrafted decor for your interior, from homeware to accessories and soon, outdoor furniture too, imported directly from Indonesia. Bazar Bizar invites you on a faraway journey to the dancing islands, ancient tradi-tions and heavenly beaches of Indonesia. The Belgian interior brand that grew out of a lifelong passion for travel, creates highly original design pieces made from eco-friendly materials such as water hyacinth, rattan and bamboo. Carefully se-lected design pieces that consistently embody originality, quality, innovation and craftsmanship. In 2019, more than 2000 (wholesale) dealers around the world sell Bazar Bizar’s outstanding interior accents and homeware. From the prestigious Le Cédre Rouge in Paris and the South African Weylandts Home Department Stores to Megre Interiors in Moscow , the IKOS Hotel Group Greece and Nikki Beach Worldwide ... Bazar Bizar brings that beautiful touch of Balinese culture one for one to the four corners of the earth.

Bazar Bizar's origins

The people behind Bazar Bizar are Pascale Pelsmaekers and Eddy Roothaert.While the owner Pascale takes care of the creative side of things and is also the public ‘face’ of the label, her husband Eddy handles the logistics. As world travellers, the couple had seen many sights, but Indonesia felt like a ‘homecoming’. They fell in love with the country, the Balinese culture, the traditional craftsmanship and the people, not to mention the boho vibes. That’s how they came up with the idea of launching a web-shop for unique furniture and original decorative items, crafted by Balinese housewives. In the meantime, the couple has developed their own label and they are designing and creating their own collections of high-end and luxury decorative accents and homeware. Four-five times a year, they travel to Indonesia, where they already have a team of several Balinese employees. ... More ... less

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