Our Home & Lifestyle collection is inspired by traditional Balinese objects and materials, drawing on ancient metal-smithing techniques passed down from artisans of the Balinese royal courts. Ingenious juxtapositions of sterling silver and organic materials such as black palm wood, buffalo horn, coconut shell and bamboo are beautifully combined, by hand, to present a ravishing look and warm feeling for your home. Alabaster, agate and crystal are some of the most luxurious materials used to create items that show off John Hardy’s style of spectacular craftsmanship.
The iconic men’s collection is a masculine interpretation of the brand’s classic collections. Every piece is handcrafted, streamlined and sleek with rare stones and intricate designs to create unmistakably strong looks. From cufflinks and necklaces to bracelets and rings, our bold men’s collection gives a lasting impression that the discerning man aims for.
In our beautiful Bali compound, we have an organic kitchen where five-star chef, Pak Ngurah, prepares a meal of traditional Indonesian specialties for our guests and staff of more than 650 people every day!
Because we are dedicated to sustainable living, produce from our organic garden and surrounding farms is used for delicious meals cooked over a wood fire in the authentic Balinese open-air kitchen.
In the month of April, all the John Hardy offices celebrated Earth Day to show our dedication in being Greener Every Day!
The New York office donated 4,272 trees to the Arbor Day Foundation to be planted across the US, with a focus on the areas affected by recent wildfires.
The Hong Kong office held a clothing drive in order to donate old clothes to Caritas, a charitable organization in Hong Kong. A total of 150 items were brought in!
Notices were placed around the office in Bangkok as a friendly reminder to be green in every single way.
The Bali staff gave a presentation called “Keeping Clean from Plastic Waste” to a local Elementary school and created a pledge board where everyone could post how they promise to be green. The team also had the awesome opportunity to plant Bamboo with the Balinese governor!