Villa Nalina began as a labor of love, the architects paying particular attention to the feng shui properties of the residence.
Interiors were hand chosen to accentuate various indigenous influences such as the Chinese ceramic vases and the large stone Hindu and Buddhist statues in the garden area. The use of locally sourced organic materials is seen in everything from the large coffee table to the spacious terrazzo baths.
Water is an important element of Villa Nalina with a lotus pond teaming with koi upon entrance and bubbling water features fringing the villa. The gentle sound of bubbling water soothes the senses.
Within the inviting twenty-meter lap pool sits an Olympian style fire, which is dramatically lit at night creating flickering reflections throughout the main living area.The Bedrooms
To awake to the gentle sound of the ocean nearby and tropical birdsong is a luxury in itself.
The exterior of the two-tiered sleeping pavilion has a Dutch Colonial feel with shuttered windows and whitewashed woodwork. There are three spacious master suites (6 adults maximum), all individual in interior design, which include bedrooms and en suite bathrooms.
Luxury abounds with king sized sprung beds, an oversized leather sofa in the upper suite which faces a huge flat screen TV, his and hers matching rainwater showers, double sinks and large tubs to soak in. The walls are hung with an eclectic mix of art with illustrations, modern Balinese portraits as well as contemporary abstract hangings.