It’s finally happening! Your luxurious, newly constructed home on Roatan is nearing completion. While the facade may be complete, it’s time to start adding the finishing interior touches. Beds…tables…chairs…and don’t forget those decorative trinkets! There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to furnishing your home on Roatan. So we’ve put together this list to help you get started!
Proimi Design Center
Proimi is a hand made furniture manufacturer that creates high quality, custom furnishings for residential and hospitality properties. Their team of talented artisans craft beautiful indoor and outdoor furnishings from wicker/natural fibers, wood, aluminum and have even expanded into fabrics. If you are looking for unique, contemporary style furnishings and decor, Proimi is the way to go. Pay a visit to their Sandy Bay store, located in Coral Stone Plaza, to browse their collection.
Umbul Umbul Fine Home Furnishings sells gorgeous imported furniture produced in Bali. Specializing in items made from teak, you can also find hand painted batik sarongs, floor mats, decorative bowls and baskets, and so much more. The extraordinary selection can be viewed by appointment at their store, located on the main road from West End heading towards West Bay.
Elements offers a wide selection of fine furnishings sourced from the best brands around the world, including Beautyrest and Ashley Home Furniture. From the dresser in your child’s room to wine storage and other accessories, you can find exactly what you are looking for. And if it’s not in their Coxen Hole store? No problem! Have whatever you need shipped over from their headquarters on the mainland.
Atocha offers comfortable and modern furniture pieces that are sure to spark a conversation! If you are looking for high quality furniture that stands out from the rest of the decor on Roatan, Atocha is a great place to start. Their store is located in Jackson Plaza, near French Harbor.
If you are looking for superior quality furniture to enhance your indoor and outdoor living areas, these stores are a great place to start. But don’t underestimate the value of checking out other places for eclectic knick knacks. De Todo, Puerto Cortes, and Megapaca are all wonderful places for finding smaller items at an affordable price.
For more on building in Roatan, contact Victor today at +504- 9660-1679 or firstname.lastname@example.org.