Get The Look
There’s something special and quite unique about Byron Bay and when you look at the style, it’s one trend many seek to achieve in the home. The influences are both global and local. There are plenty of raw materials and pretty much everything is handmade and holds some artisanal quality.
“The Byron style is a casual and eclectic mix of handmade and artisanal pieces with a focus on natural materials and organic shapes influenced from cultures all around the globe. It is considered design with the focus on the original and unique.” Says Todd Miller – one of the co-creators of the Newrybar Merchants.
So how does Todd suggest we achieve that look? What pieces should we get in our homes to recreate this relaxed yet chic style?
“Look to incredible artworks by local Byron artist Diana Miller, beautiful handmade wool rugs from Morocco by Tigmi Trading, wonderful cotton bed linen by Shannon Fricke, Jai Vasicek artwork and tile murals, curiosities including lighting and hardware from Sibella Court, Paterson & Steele’s unique Moon shaped resin planters, gorgeous colourful prints from Mr Zimmi will all add this unique feel to your home.”
Get the look:
Put unique artwork on your walls like this crucifix or Mary shrine from Jai Vasicek
Adorn your bed with luxury bed lines from Shannon Fricke
Pepper your home with unique potted plants from Paterson & Stelle
Handmade rugs like these from Tigmi Trading will add warmth and texture to your floors
Spice up your home with quirky lighting and hardware from Sibella Court
These cushions designed by Diana Miller will add a real uniqueness to your sofas and chairs