Home by the Sea: The Surf Shacks and Hinterland Hideaways of Byron Bay is a beautiful interiors book that opens the doors to a range of diverse and inspiring homes in the burgeoning creative community of Australia’s Byron Bay.
Take an insider’s tour of eighteen homes belonging to interior and fashion designers, artists, makers and more. Home by the Sea tells the stories of these homes and the people who live there – uncovering, in the process, that there is so much more to Byron Bay than its natural beauty. This is a book about community and creativity, about living intentionally and the value of loving where you live.
Created by locals, including best-selling author Natalie Walton, and showcasing the light-filled interior and lifestyle photography of Amelia Fullarton, Home by the Sea offers a unique and unforgettable taste of what it's like to live in this iconic town.
About the Author
Natalie Walton is an interior designer and stylist, as well as author of best-selling books This is Home: The Art of Simple Living, Still: The Slow Home and Style: The Art of Creating a Beautiful Home. She teaches students around the world how to create a beautiful and authentic home through her popular masterclasses. Natalie is also the founder and creative director of Imprint House, a concept store and design studio based in Byron Bay. Imprint is her podcast about creating a home and life you live. She lives on a two-acre property in the Byron Bay hinterland.
Amelia Fullarton is one of Byron Bay’s most in-demand interiors and lifestyle photographers, known for her beautiful light-filled photographs. Her work has featured in publications such as MilK magazine, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Real Living. She lives in a house she designed, in Ewingsdale.