We can't imagine ever having a high-stress day if we worked in Spell and the Gypsy Collective's light-drenched office. The Australian fashion label's Byron Bay HQ mirrors everything fans love about its unique designs: It's stylish yet laid-back, bohemian, and inspired by exotic travel destinations. "We drew inspiration from our travels around the world, from Marrakesh and Santorini to New Mexico, especially in the rendered stone surfaces which soften an otherwise relatively industrial space," co-founder Elizabeth Abegg told Vogue Living.
Take a tour of its gorgeous open-plan office for a lesson in serene coastal interior styling.
Co-founders and sisters Elizabeth Abegg and Isabella Briedis called on the expertise of interior designer Mel Gubbin of Avenue Twenty Two to create the stunning space.
Bursts of greenery pepper the light-drenched office.
Exposed wood beams tie in with the rustic dining table and chairs.
"Wellness and sustainability are woven into the DNA of our office culture. Some days you'll find girls setting up for a yoga class in the wellness room, or you'll find homemade beeswax wraps on the kitchen bench for everyone to use. We have a strong culture of nurturing and creativity, and we like to inspire one another to be our best selves every day," the pair told Vogue Living.
Spell and the Gypsy Collective is best known for its bohemian clothes and jewelry.
Faded shades of terra-cotta, plum, and rose add warmth to the otherwise white space.
"We're so influenced by our surroundings, especially when it comes to creating," they said. "We want our workspace to be a place we can go each day and be inspired."
Large glass doors and windows help segment the office while maintaining the open-plan feel.
True to the brand aesthetic, desks are decorated with woven baskets and plants.
Even coffee tables are styled to a T with vintage trays, crystals, and books.
Woven pendant lights give the industrial work space character.