Drawing inspiration from the 1960s-era beach clubs, designer Amanda Lindroth restores a Harbour Island hotel to its former glory.
Photographer: Tria Giovan
Nassau-based interior designer Amanda Lindroth is quick to name her current decorating obsession: antique and vintage rattan. So when she was enlisted to make over The Dunmore beach club on Harbour Island's eastern shore, she was quick to order up a truckload of her favorite element—rattan side tables and chairs, barstools, ottomans, and a banquette. The quirky pieces add '60s flair to the classic beach look she likes to call "under-decorated."
The Dunmore has been run as a hotel since the 1980s, although it retains a clubby atmosphere. Their signature cabanas have been aqua and white since 1963.