Jalan-Jalan has been sourcing unique and beautiful antiques, cultural art, textiles and architectural elements from Indonesia since 1996, following a first time holiday to the island of Bali. Specializing in one-of-a-kind items, Jalan-Jalan benefits from having an in-country partner who travels to several different islands to locate pieces that otherwise would be unobtainable.
Visitors to the showroom and the website, are among the first to see these finds outside of their country of origin and enjoy the unique opportunity to procure investment grade and museum quality pieces before they hit the market at large. As so much has been collected out over the years by buyers from all over the world, Jalan-Jalan's continued personal travel to Bali keeps this important relationship strong.
In addition, original designs in Jalan-Jalan's Ancient Modern line utilizing reclaimed wood, can be custom ordered to fit a specific design need while helping to sustain the movement to stop the destruction of ancient hardwood forests in Indonesia.
Jalan-Jalan accepts Visa, Mastercard, cash and checks.
Jalan-Jalan accepts Visa, Mastercard, Cashiers Checks, and Money Orders. Personal checks are accepted but must clear the bank before product is shipped.
A 50% deposit is required to place an item on in-store hold and three days is the maximum hold time.
Balance is due before pick-up. All items taken out on approval require a security deposit equal to the full price of the merchandise including sales tax, if applicable, before pick-up. Merchandise taken out on three day approval may not be used in any photo shoot or for prop purposes. Transport of all approval items is strictly the responsibility of the client. Client is responsible for any damages. Approval Terms not available to Internet Sales.
Store credit will be issued if merchandise is returned within
3 days of purchase.
The client is responsible for shipping costs and damages on
any returned items.
Nestled in a light industrial area south of downtown Nashville, the Jalan-Jalan Showroom is 2800 square feet of beautifully designed vingettes featuring authentic Indonesian teak antiques from the primitive to the refined. 4200 square feet of warehouse space and workshop are just beyond the massive Javanese doors.
Because Indonesia was colonized by the Dutch and was on the spice trade route, our furniture reflects influences from all of Europe, Asia, India and other exotic places. Exceptionally skilled craftsmen incorporated these influences with their own unique sensibilities to create a genre that blends beautifully with most any decor.
Experiencing the Jalan-Jalan Showroom is like being transported to another world. An extensive library offers visitors the chance to learn about the many cultures of South East Asia and ways to incorporate design elements into their own lifestyles. In addition to furniture, the unique collection of accessories, textiles and architectural components offer alternatives for design and building.
Jalan-Jalan is an Indonesian term that means literally, "just going for a walk". Come for a walk through the Jalan-Jalan Showroom. Relax and enjoy A Great Change of Space.