Sunday Loves Spaces: Las Palmas Byron


Photography by Lynden Foss - @lynden_foss (unless stated otherwise)

 Resting on a hilltop in the hinterland of Byron Bay is Las Palmas Byron Bay. The design (by DUO Architects in collaboration with Davis Architects) was inspired by Mid Century Modernist architecture and the Palm Springs aesthetic.

The home is divided into two long, low-set wings, one for sleeping and the other for entertaining. The living and dining areas open out to the expansive deck and pool area, positioned to bask in the glow of the amazing sunsets here. 

The interior design and furniture choices are a mix of woven rattan pieces, vintage finds and a few chubby and chunky New Post-Modern pieces (primarily from Australian designer Sarah Ellison). The floors are all in a burnished concrete, but an array of gorgeous handmade rugs and runners soften the look.

Offsetting the fresh white walls is plenty of texture and warmth from stone-clad walls, honey-toned timber and brushed brass fittings.

Photography by Ann-Louise Buck

The stone-clad wall is a classic of Mid Century architecture.  

Photography by Ann-Louise Buck

White finger tiles in the bathroom give a simple but textural look that doesn't compete with that gorgeous view.

The laundry deserves just as much design-love as any other room.

An outdoor shower that dreams are made of. Imagine sunset swims and rinse offs here... 

Designed by DUO Architects in association with Davis Architects.
Photography by Lynden Foss and Ann-Louise Buck.
Las Palmas Byron can be booked for a holiday on Airbnb, here.
See more from this home over at Real Living / Homes to Love
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