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o-founder and Cre­ative Di­rec­tor of con­tem­po­rary cloth­ing com­pany Lit­tle Joe Woman, Gail El­liot al­ways dreamed of liv­ing and work­ing on a lush trop­i­cal is­land to­gether with her hus­band and busi­ness part­ner, Joe Cof­fey. That dream has fi­nally come true, with the re­cently opened Lit­tle Joe Woman bou­tique on Jl Petitenget in Seminyak, Bali. “In fact, we have plans to open more—we also have bou­tiques in Aus­tralia as well as our on­line bou­tique and an of­fice in Sydney and Bali from which we run the com­pany,” El­liot tells In­done­sia Tatler Homes. “The process of ac­tu­ally mov­ing to Bali af­ter hav­ing lived in Sydney for 11 years was fairly fast and easy,” she adds. When they ar­rived in Bali, they rented fur­ni­ture for the first three months, while wait­ing for their own to be shipped

When In­done­sia Tatler Homes asks El­liot about the con­cept and de­sign of her new home, she says that it is sim­i­lar to her per­sonal style: “Sim­ple but lux­u­ri­ous.” The ap­pli­ca­tion of a neu­tral colour pal­ette was ap­plied both to the ar­chi­tec­ture and in the in­te­rior. The tones of black, white, grey, beige and black can be seen in al­most ev­ery spot in El­liot’s res­i­dence, while the dom­i­na­tion of wood, stone and bam­boo per­fectly com­bine with touches of horn, shell, glass, cot­tons and raw linens.

(This page) Gail El­liot and Joe Cof­fey

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