Once most famed for its bohemian lifestyle, the Byron Bay of today is re-establishing itself as a boutique resort town. Alongside its stunning coastline, the region is now often most recognised for its rising number of design-savvy accommodation – unique boutique hotels that are helping to redefine the beach shack and reinvigorate the surf town. Sarah Bristow reports.
When it comes to the architectural features of a home, “Using a crisp white such as Greyology 1 accentuates the features of the home while keeping the palette simple. Alternative colours to consider are Wood Grey for the weatherboards and Modesty White for the trims and features,” said Wendy.
Kimberly and Stephen’s Byron Bay beach house:Fretwork around the verandah was designed to represent the family. “The cross being Stephen and I, and the three posts in between are the boys,” says homeowner Kimberly. “The palms are all handmade; the house is called Little Palm.”