The stylish Byron Bay boutique hotel The Atlantic got the west elm via Jason Grant treatment recently when its communal spaces, and one of its best-loved rooms, was beautifully refreshed – just in time for the holiday season.
The new look palette includes tan leather, navy, white, earthy timbers and pops of colour that combine for a relaxed yet sophisticated coastal vibe that feels distinctly Australian. We love!
“Showing the versatility of west elm, collaborating with The Atlantic gave us the opportunity to – figuratively speaking – get our feet in the sand, indulge in the creative and demonstrate our beach cred. The space we created with Jason, a mix of materials and palette-play, is the ultimate in chill – showing that west elm is comfortably at home in Byron Bay,” says Angus Whyte, VP Australia merchandising for west elm.
Jason Grant’s relationship with The Atlantic goes way back – it was his preferred place to stay in the coastal town before making the move there permanently from Sydney.
“We’re super excited to have created these spaces with west elm and Jason Grant. It was a lot of fun. There’s no other guest that understands The Atlantic aesthetic like Jason Grant and we just know our guests are going to love it,” says Kimberly Amos, owner of The Atlantic Byron Bay.
The spaces use existing pieces alongside updates from the west elm collection bringing a bit of Brooklyn cool into what is a thoroughly Byron Bay aesthetic.
The west elm Bungalow, at The Atlantic Byron Bay, is available to book now. Prices start from $350 per night.