The estate is surrounded by tropical mountains and valleys, offering spectacular views in Bali, Indonesia. This home is the perfect hideaway for peace and tranquility. Named after the white-capped waves – views of which can be relished from its upper floor rooms and terraces – five-bedroom Villa Ombak Putih breathes an ocean-inspired theme in every element of its design. This gorgeous villa, which was completed in 2011, presents two enormous master bedrooms with sexy, semi-open-air bathrooms, three stand-alone guest suites, a 30-metres swimming pool and a delightful choice of indoor and outdoor living areas and dining spaces.
This majestic and contemporary-styled property presents crisp white exteriors and cool cream marble floors, while natural Palimanan stone is the material of the villa’s striking bas-relief murals and impressive Balinese statues, which flank the grand entranceway and border the ponds. This pale white stone features abundantly throughout the villa and defines the garden with plump, perfectly placed pebbles and warm textured paving.
Even the flowers in the 3,300-square-meters garden reflect the foamy surf: all are white, from the sweet-scented snowy blossoms on the many frangipani trees to the softly flowering jasmine that borders the lawns. In keeping with the villa’s seaside location, 150 meters from the rugged Cemagi beach, white furnishings are characterized by cheerful cushion fabrics, splashes of blue and turquoise in the ocean-inspired photographic artwork, a dark blue wall, a rustic blue door and tastefully displayed time-worn aquamarine artifacts.
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