Online report features 16 export suppliers offering home accessories, vases, pottery, home textiles and lamps, plus details on product pricing and supply market trends

JAKARTA, IndonesiaThe Hinrich Foundation released the Indonesia Sourcing: Home decor with the support of its partner in export development, Global Sources.

The online report offers import buyers websites of 16 verified export suppliers and profiles home accessories, vases, pottery, home textiles and lamps. It also features an overview of the industry, new product features, price guides and export data. A PDF of the report is available to download for free online.

Functional pieces in vibrant tones will be a strong trend

Indonesia suppliers are releasing more home accents that balance functionality and aesthetics. Table lamps, floor lamps and vases that feature sculptured and angular shapes are just some of the latest releases from suppliers in this report.

For several companies, colorful designs are in line with efforts to showcase more contemporary and less traditional pieces, which are popular with foreign buyers. Demand for items combining traditional and modern elements is also rising. This style is highlighted in trendy statues painted with traditional batik patterns.

“Indonesia suppliers are focused on creating colorful home accessories that merge function and aesthetic to complement smaller spaces,” said Putro Agus Harnowo, export consultant of the Hinrich Foundation. “To create pieces that are appealing to the international market while also showcasing some elements of Indonesia culture, they are also pairing contemporary silhouettes with traditional patterns such as batik.”

Suppliers and products

Founded in 2012, Bungalow Bali Living offers contemporary home textiles and accessories. Its selection includes printed pillowcases, cotton throws, placemats and shell chandeliers.

Natural House, based in Yogyakarta, has been designing and manufacturing contemporary home decor since 1997. The company uses different materials to create contemporary mirrors, candleholders and wall decor.

Established in 1993, Piguno in Klaten province specializes in table lamps, floor lamps, hanging lamps and wall lamps. These are made of stone, metal, fiberglass and wood and available in a variety of designs.

In addition to Bungalow Living Bali, Natural House and Piguno, suppliers featured in the report are:

– Apikri, Yogyakarta: Animal statuettes, clocks, candleholders, trays and vases.

– Attic Interior, East Java: Animal statuettes, tissue holders, glass candleholders, ceramic vases and pillowcases.

– CV L&D Art Lamp, West Java: Table lamps and floor lamps made of metal, paper and acrylic.

– Dyalofa Vintage, Yogyakarta: Metal statuettes and antique-style home decor.

– HO2 Craft, Yogyakarta: Bamboo lamps and mirrors.

– Racak Furniture, Yogyakarta: Wooden mirrors and bowls.

– Sanggar Peni, Yogyakarta: Wooden statuettes and gift boxes.

– Seruni Living, Jakarta: Printed throw pillows, canvas art and stationery.

– The Jungle Trader, Bali: Metal candleholders, statuettes and pillowcases.

– Thema Home, East Java: Metal mirrors, glass vases, printed throw pillows and table lamps.

– Toko Murah, Yogyakarta: Vases, lamps and furniture.

– Uwitan, Yogyakarta: Rattan trays, hampers and furniture.

– Voila Living, Yogyakarta: Wooden mirrors, lamps, baskets and wooden furniture.


The report further shows:

– Exports of home decor reached $776 million in 2017, an increase of 3.9 percent from the previous year, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics.

– The outlook for 2018 exports is positive, with the industry anticipating growth of at least 10 percent.

– Most suppliers intend to keep prices at current levels in the coming months due to the strengthening of the dollar against the Indonesia rupiah.


Indonesia Sourcing: Home decor is one of a series of online Sourcing Reports covering emerging Asia supply markets. A full version of the report can be viewed here.


Other related Sourcing Reports available available on the New Sourcing Markets website are: Home decor, India; Wood craftsmanship special report, Indonesia; and Basketware, Vietnam. The site also offers sourcing reports on other products and suppliers from India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.

Download the report