Established since 1992, Home Décor Indonesia (HDI) has build and maintained a solid reputation as the go-to shop for all kinds of furnishing needs imaginable under one-roof. Think everything from interior fabrics for curtains, sofas, carpets and bed linens to window blinds, wallpaper designs, wooden furniture, lighting, home accessories such as flower arrangements, wall arts and mirrors, and many more – you name it, they have it!

“As a one-stop shop, we always try our best to be up-to date with the latest, exclusive products and designs in town,” said Stephan Occelli, HDI’s Senior Designer.

This full-scale interior shop in South Jakarta is not only renowned for its massive array of quality and affordable home-furnishing options, but also for delivering creative, detail-orientated designs and products of the highest standard for custom-made orders, especially sofa sets.

Just by visiting HDI’s 3,000m2, three-story showroom is enough to give you all the inspiration you need to exquisitely design your space. Aside from a stunning selection of displayed model pieces, you will see segments in each floor tastefully and uniquely furnished to showcase their expert abilities in curating a space of any purpose, shape and size to your specific needs and preference.

“Not only do we take pride in the quality, design and variety of our products but also on our flexible and personalised services. Our hands-on team is ready to guide you through all of your furnishing processes right from the very beginning, especially in terms of design and budget,” said Mr. Kamal Chellani, General Manager of Home Décor Indonesia. He also adds that an HDI staff can be sent to inspect and measure your space upon request, without extra charges.

“We can confidently say that almost all of our delivered products have had no complains or returns. This is because we give our 100 percent on every project, from the production stages to quality control, installation and after sales services.”

HDI, which has previously furnished multiple prominent locations including hotels, celebrity and politician homes, embassies, and even royal palaces in South East Asia, plans to expand their already massive showroom with an additional floor and 1000m2 space, as well as feature more home-automated options such as voice-controlled curtains in the near future.

“Our aim is to be more well-known in the ASEAN region as the brand of choice for quality and unique home décor selections,” said Mr. Chellani. “We want more people to trust Indonesia’s quality because our country’s potential is limitless.”

Home Decor Indonesia
Jl RS. Fatmawati No. 5A, C, D, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan
Tel: (+62 21) 722 4810
http://www.homedecorindonesia.com