Since Dian Pelangi’s design is basically Indonesian traditional, the boutique is so ethnic! The front door is made by carving wood (usually called ‘ukiran Jepara’). As we walked inside the boutique, the smell of aromatherapy will instantly fill the room, reminds me of spa
There is a big round marble table in the corner of the entrance, with some traditional snacks on top of it… reminds me of antique dining table in some traditional houses in Indonesia.
To go farther inside the boutique, we need to take off our shoes. Feels like we’re home, right? Some clothes were displayed in hanger and some were kept inside the cabinet.
The inside room is more comfortable than the one on the entrance. People are usually sitting down on the floor while seeing the clothes/shawl. But I think it will be crowded if there are a lot of people coming ;p
One thing surprising me was a persian cat inside the boutique! I heard the name is Chiko (I don’t know if the spelling is correct or not). Chiko was very nice and calm He wasn’t scared to the new people coming to the boutique. He seemed to enjoy being the ‘owner’ of the boutique! :D I wonder if my cats were here… they must make a big mess since they’re all scared to the new people.
First visit, I can say this boutique is very nice I like the clothes of course, the interior, all the employees, the cat, and the snack hihihi! We didn’t shop a lot, just five pieces of shawl (it’s not that much, right?). I’m sure there will be second, third, and so on visit to this boutique
So ladies, see you on Dian Pelangi Boutique Bintaro! ^_^