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A Romantic Hide-away in Bali

I met a travel blogger recently who has visited more places in the last year than I have in a lifetime. And his favourite destination? Bali! Have you ever been? I haven't but the more I hear about it, the more I am longing to go (is it wrong to be dreaming about a winter holiday before summer?!). Perhaps when you see this eclectic romantic hideaway you'll be dreaming with me! Pandan House is in Seminyak on the southern end of the Indonesian island and part of the The Sari Dewi collection of villas owned by a long time resident of Bali, who is also an interior designer. The house sleeps 2 which makes it a little tricky (the kids would need to stay at home for starters - eeeek!) but I guess that's what makes this little oasis so romantic! Even if you're not about to rush off to Bali, I always feel there's inspiration to be taken from a living space,  no matter how exotic. And I for one am loving the grey marble and pink combo in the kitchen and those rattan sunbeds (pool or no pool!). I hope there's something that catches your eye too!







What do you reckon? Could you imagine yourself lazing about here for a few days? I can almost feel the warm air and cool water on my skin! 

And did you spot any ideas for your own home?

If you'd like to do a little more dreaming today - here's my holiday home archive (with places to stay as far and wide as Scotland, Sweden, and Seattle - there are also destinations that don't begin with S too!). 

I can't resist asking (just in case I make it one day!) - do you have any tips for Bali?

Have a dreamy day!



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  1. Not bad for a day or two or three... :)

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  2. I already feel relaxed! I loved the pink hue of that kitchen space and the pattern cement tiles... NICE!

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