Each property in the Byron Beach Abodes luxury accommodation portfolio reflects a unique take on BBA's signature style. It's a deliciously crafted blend of old and new, dramatic draped curtains, hand-woven carpets, rich textured furnishings, one off accessories, handmade fittings, soft interior palettes, or bold black, greys and whites, and metre upon metre of luscious, soft folds of linen. That and an essential connection to nature with beautiful greenery. Big, bold towering leaves or soft, cascading ivy and philodendron. It's all designed to create bespoke interiors that soothe and indulge the senses in equal measure. Casual and calm, elegant and sophisticated. It's important for us to shop locally where we can to achieve our look and here are some our favourites. We love that they share our passion for natural colours, a blend of textures, classic pieces with a twist, a mix of price points, and items you can add to any room to elevate it to a whole new level of perfection.
For woven Moroccan baskets, cushions, timber vases, candles, stools, rugs, luxury towels, accessories and their own resort wear and furniture range, Poppy and Co. Byron Bay.
For handmade timber furniture like fabulous large scale floor mirrors (which feature often in our abodes such as The Chalet, Bower Barn, Magnolia House), log stools and side tables, giant leather ottomans and other accessories like leather plant hangers, cushions and throws. Bangalow.
For quality linens, wall hangings, fabulous carved candle holders, Indian marble bowls - a feature beside the outdoor bath at The Cottage - recycled timber benches with a delightful 'worn' vibe but worn in a good way - authentic, unique, recycled, hand-crafted. Byron Bay and Bangalow.
If you're driving to Byron this is reason to bring a trailer (Kidding. Maybe.) They source big pieces of furniture like hand-carved bed heads, vintage carved doors and mirrors as well as a wonderful selection of small trinket pieces to add personality to any room - vintage cow bells, wall hangings, carved timber candle holders (see them scattered throughout Magnolia House) and so much more, You may even get to meet Honey the resident puppy. Byron Bay.
For everything old and new, from jewellery, textiles, ceramics, toys, clothing and furniture. Lots of pieces have been collected by the owners while living in Argentina and America, and others feature works of local artists. Fabulous Mrs Fox invites you to discover the unlikely and the unusual just as BBA has with their purchase of eclectic one off's. Brunswick Heads.
For rugs, textiles, prints and cushions, cushions, cushions. We love that you can completely change the look of a room with just a change of cushions and we love the Pampa ethos: using natural dyes and patterns inspired by nature with the traditions of manual weaving. Byron Bay
For kicking up your feet and swinging the afternoon away you need a Byron Bay Hanging Chair as featured in Magnolia House and The Cottage. It's all about bringing back the classic shapes of the iconic hanging chair in its natural form and while they don't have a bricks and mortar store, you can shop directly off their website. You know you want to!