Monday, 24 May 2010

Are You A Lazybones Lover?

You know that I'm completely in awe of all of the creative and extraordinary people that live up in these hills in and around Byron Bay...
And the gang from Lazybones are no exception. Tracy Hocking from Lazybones is one talented lady - and I love that she runs a global business from a shed on her beautiful property not far from Bangalow. These pics are of her store in the old Masonic Hall in Station Street Bangalow. I'm always uplifted when I step through the front door to be greeted by colour, eclecticism and loveliness. And, I have some very exciting news!
Lazybones have offered us one of their divine Rosette quilts to be given away at the August 6 'How To Decorate' Workshop. All participants at the August 6 workshop go into the draw to win one Lazybones Rosette Queen/King Quilt in Lilac Rose worth $319! That means, if you've already booked into the August 6 workshop then you are already in the draw. We have three workshop places yet to be filled - so if you are planning on booking then this is a great opportunity to win one of these beautiful quilts. As you all know, I have the Duck Egg colour in the Guest Nook and they are just heavenly.
Thanks to Tracy and all at Lazybones for this very exciting workshop giveaway...

6 comments:

Beach Vintage said...

I adore this label. And that shop in the church is one of my all time fav places to visit.

Angie said...

Oh Yay, that is so exciting. I am already booked for the workshop so this has really made my day. If I don't win the quilt I will probably call into Tracey's store and buy one anyway, it will look gorgeous in my daughters room.

Blue Penguin said...

Oh, I just love Lazybones... I discovered them at their Paddington store over the summer (next to Bison - endless possibilities for wonderful things in just two spots!). They have great cotton summer dresses in all sorts of interesting prints... my favourite is a vintage-looking one in lime and tomato with a village scene.

Jenny said...

Isn't Tracey fabulous. My very dear friend is her agent down here in Melbourne and I stock Lazybones in my own store so I feel a double affinity for the label. I was lucky enough to receive one of her quilts for my Kris Kringle present this year and I adore it. I have the green quilt with the smaller rosettes.

Angela Henrie said...

I'd have to say, YES, I am a lazybones lover. Just wish it wasn't so far away...

Charlotta Ward said...

What a wonderful place. Have noted.
That bull poster has my daughter's name on it. Would work so well in her room.

Thanks for sharing. Hope it's not too cold up there. Sydney is freezing.. and wet.


x Charlotta