After starting her own design business nearly 10 years ago, importing earthy and tribal antiques, furniture and textile from India and Bali, Heidi Daburger came across the perfect opportunity to combine her love of interiors and renovation in a 1950’s Bangalow cottage in Byron Bay. The 2 bedroom retreat, located just a few minutes from Byron Bay beaches, now evokes the spirit of Ha’veli with gorgeous details like tribal artifacts, antique doors, Balinese furniture and even a thatched roof over an adjoining hut. Going to Australia anytime soon? Then, renting this little slice of heaven is an absolute must!
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