Pip Brett is the owner of Interiors and Lifestyle store ‘Jumbled’. I have been a huge fan of Pip’s Instagram for so so long, when we chatted about a feature I was seriously thrilled to share her amazing store with you all, and you will see why!
WHAT IS ‘JUMBLED’ ?
“It is a ‘jumbled’ eclectic mix of all things wonderful for your home. It’s pretty much everything that I love and want myself, all conveniently located under the one roof. I only sell things that I love and so far that strategy is working out beautifully!” Pip shares with me. She also runs a fashion boutique called ‘Iglou‘… “it didn’t seem like that big deal opening a fashion store at 22 years old” … she says … Gulp! That store focuses on bringing the best fashion brands out to Orange, a gorgeous town in country Australia. The local response to her businesses has been huge, with both now having a loyal tribe online and in store.
JUMBLED AT ‘THE SONIC’
Now this is so damm exciting … recently Pip acquired the most incredible building ( above ) , a Masonic hall, built in 1864, which she has been transformed in ‘The Sonic’ – housing both her businesses – Igloo & Jumbled.
“I had always dreamt of the idea of a ‘The Concept Store’ – coffee, fashion, home all under the one roof after visiting stores in Europe like Merci and Collete in Paris,” she tells me. With the help of designers, Studio Esteta and her builder husband Nick, they were able to transform the building in 9 short weeks into their dream store. As you can see in these amazing images, it is a building with a crisp white canvas to display all of their goodness, whilst still staying true to the history of the building … something which is very important to her … I’d think I’d like to move in right now!
Does Pip have a favourite area of your new store? She sure does … “I love the front window of the shop where you first enter ‘The Sonic’. The natural light here is total perfection and makes every photograph look magical. There is a bed with loads of layering of pattern, colour and texture, artworks that are ever-changing, hanging plants, a ‘Prickly Pear’ that spikes me every time! I style up the space and a wheel barrow cascading greenery. To me this space is a snapshot of our “more is more, less is a bore” philosophy.” Pip explains.
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This article was published on 20th February, 2017 with images by Seth Buchanan