A visit to the beautiful KsaR Living showrooms in Cala Carbo always unearths many a treasure from around the world thanks to well-traveled owners and buyers Alberto Cortes and Yvonne Hulst. New for 2013 are these striking terracotta milk pots hailing from Marrakech, 345€ each and perfect addition to a rustic chic Ibiza villa or garden. KsaR Living is chock full of interesting pottery, ceramic, earthenware and terracotta pieces such as these… all the more reason to buy a matching set!
Now the season has ended and the pace of life in Ibiza has slowed down, the team behind Ibiza interiors showroom KsaR Living have packed their bags and headed off in search of warmer climates, and more importantly, new wares for the upcoming Ibiza 2013 season. Wishlists at the ready? KsaR co-owner and founder Alberto Cortes gave us a sneak peek into his purchases on his recent shopping trip to Morocco – from a huge selection of floor rugs (60s style, Berber and Afghan) and textiles to super stylish new teak furnishings and statement stone coffee tables… Now that’s some excess baggage!
Those with a taste for fine furnishings and exquisite interiors probably already have a Christmas list that’s a mile long from Ibiza interiors showroom KsaR Living. The good news (for Santa!) is that as a special offer for White Ibiza readers, KsaR are offering 20 percent off the price of selected items in store. From exquisite bespoke furniture, embroidered wall hangings, wool carpets and Moroccan lighting, to exotic tea sets and ceramic soap holders right down to 470 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, there’s something for every home. Simply mention White Ibiza when visiting the Cala Carbo showroom.
In 2011, KsaR Living introduced a new concept in Ibiza home decoration with their Recycled Wood Collection. The bespoke and ready-made range gives unused, unusual and unique old materials a fresh lease on life and is equally as pleasing on the eye as it is on the environment!
The inspiration to create sustainable furniture came to KsaR designer Alberto Cortes after years spent dealing in wood furnishings made him realise certain types of woods were dying out, while others required a constant cycle of replantation, thus draining the world’s resources. Continue reading