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Vintage-Style Nightstand

This solid piece of furniture will help you achieve a gorgeous contemporary look in any room, with sharp lines and warm, natural tones. The Ava nightstand is not only visually captivating but functional, too. Enjoy two modes of storage with a spacious drawer to hide clutter and a deep shelf to display books, magazines, or decorative items. 

Bring style and class to your decor with the Ava nightstand. While this stunning unit fits perfectly by the side of your bed, the Ava nightstand works beautifully in any area of your home. The unique qualities of upcycled teak wood and elegant woven cane detailing will add a natural, rustic charm to your space and incorporate effortlessly with your existing decor. 


Height, 22.4"

Width, 18.5"

Depth, 16.5"

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Why buy furniture from Mojo Boutique?

we want you to be proud of your interior

At Mojo Boutique, every furniture is authentic, uniquely designed, and handmade traditionally by master artisans from Bali and rural Indonesia. Only natural and sustainable materials are used. Our goal is to elevate your home with one-of-a-kind furniture to live in true harmony with your space. At the same time, thanks to your purchase, you are allowing traditional local artisans and their community to live from their craft.



We create furniture with personality, and outside mass-production. Thanks to Mojo Boutique, you will differentiate yourselves with unique furniture handmade in small batches only and with high qualitative noble materials. We want your interior to be a welcome oasis, a place to also relax, slow down, and live fully.

Meet Your Makers


Bogi, who comes from Lombok but is now a Bali resident, handles the finishing touches of furniture detailing. He swells with pride everytime he is surrounded by his three kids or when he works together with his wife, Winda. When Bogi is not lacquering, waxing, or painting, he likes to spend his time fishing in the river.


Faisal, originally from Lombok, moved on to Bali to find a living. He knew that there was always something he was called to do and is good at. A small workshop in South Bali taught him the art of furniture making. Now, he is grateful to be making a living out of it, and focuses on his work knowing that with every piece he makes, someone benefits from it.


Jon is the glue that holds many different artisans together, overseeing any collaborative work which is needed. He is from the Indonesian city of Malang in East Java, where he is happily married. When Jon is not working you will find him anywhere that singing is involved.