Incredible Bathrooms at Byron Beach Abodes
Byron Beach Abodes is a collection of boutique stays in Byron Bay - a Cabin, a Cottage, a Chapel, a Barn... Nine bespoke properties in all, together the vision of husband and wife team Taliah and Sean Lowry.
Each luxe little space has the most beautiful interior design, but it's Taliah's bathrooms that really that do me in. They balance warm, organic and rustic elements with high-end luxury. She's a magician.
Above is the master ensuite in The Lodge. It's giving high drama with that pitched roof, the real linen curtains pooling on the floor, the stone steps leading up to the bath... that bath looks out over Tallows Beach, by the way. The rough hewn timber shelf and handmade ceramic tiles are the perfectly-imperfect balance for all this luxury. Ugh.
The Perch offers rustic luxury in Byron's lush hinterland.
The main bathroom boasts a clawfoot tub with an antique brass faucet - and how gorgeous is that wrap-around shower curtain. The natural brick-paved floor and dark timber brings loads of organic warmth to this space.
Through these double doors is a floor-lit outdoor shower, so guests can enjoy the stars overhead while showering at night...
Love the rain head, love the cut-out window out to the trees. And isn't the trunk stool the perfect little touch? Design is in the details... See the rest of The Perch here.
The stone bath at the Le Viti Barn (yes, this incredible bathroom is located inside a beautiful old barn) has a view right down a lush valley, and was positioned very purposefully to take in Hinterland sunsets. Love that curvy rendered shower wall (there's a double shower behind it), and the terracotta herringbone tile flooring.
Stone sink to mirror the gorgeous stone bath, real linen towels, and the perfect simple brass mirror.
Do yourself a favour and have a look around the rest of Le Viti Barn here.
The Cabin is the newest property in the Byron Beach Abodes family. OK Taliah, you're just showing off now. This woman has range!
The more sleek aesthetic here (black steel-framed glass windows, large-format tiled floor) is the perfect choice for The Cabin's noir-minimalism. The Cabin has several bathrooms, including the one below - and through the black steel-framed french doors there's a semi-outdoor black tub and wet room-style shower...
More gorgeousness in The Chalet. My fave bit? Those heavy linen curtains separating the bedroom from the bathroom.
The Cottage has a casual beachy vibe, layered with a soft sophistication. It's that aesthetic we love at Sunday - relaxed, but refined. There's a rustic antique bath in its own little private courtyard straight off the bathroom.