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Jumbled in the USA

Earlier this month I was lucky enough to travel to the USA as a finalist for the gia Retail Awards in Chicago. Of course, I couldn't let the opportunity pass without adding on some extras and so my husband Speedy and I traveled to New York, Las Vegas and my personal highlight, Palm Springs before heading home. 

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Visit Orange!

Drive just a few hours west of the Blue Mountains and you’ll find yourself surrounded by beautiful countryside, where rolling hills of rich greens and scattered grey gums sprout sporadically — these are telling signs that you’ve indeed arrived at Orange.

Whilst out-of-towners venture here for the wine, being renowned as one of Australia’s best wine regions, Orange is far from being a one trick pony. Here, the food is just as much of a drawcard, with many fine dining restaurants, local cafés and casual eats, placing great focus on locally sourced produce. Equally, the flourishing cosmopolitan lifestyle is also beyond question, attracting more and more boutique fashion and homeware stores to its stylish streets.

However, regardless of its burgeoning nature, Orange maintains its pace and authenticity as a rural region, where the word ‘community’ is not merely a buzzword, but instead, it’s the very heartbeat, and what makes this destination so appealing.

Here are just a few reasons why you should make a treechange to Orange — even if only for a short (but sweet) visit.


From trendy cafes serving up innovative dishes using local produce, to gourmet local bakeries and fine dining restaurants, Orange offers a variety of glorious dining options. After all, this is where Australia’s longest running regional food festival, Orange F.O.O.D. Week (held annually in April) takes place, and surely that’s enough to catch the curiosity of any foodie.


Part of the nearby La Colline vineyard, Racine is an award-winning restaurant, famed for their excellence in food and service. This fine dining experience places a focus on the best local produce and a huge selection of local wines, matched only by its stunning, idyllic location. In addition to the restaurant, there’s also the adjoined charming venue space called The Apple Shed, available for larger groups and special events.

42 Lake Canobolas Road, Nashdale

The Greenhouse of Orange

Previously a bowling club, The Greenhouse of Orange was transformed into a multi dining venue in 2017, and quickly become a popular eatery locale. On site, there’s various kitchens available, offering multiple menus — all of which give a nod to the regional produce of Orange. There are also multiple sitting sections, including an indoor dining space filled with abundance of plants and an expansive open-air deck with raised garden beds to the side. 

231-243 Anson Street, Orange

Byng Street Cafe

Having opened in 2011, Byng Street Cafe has become one of the leaders amongst the local café scene. The prominent location on the central Orange corner of Byng and Clinton St draws in the morning crowd, friendly catch-ups, business meetings — and anyone just grabbing a coffee to go. Seat yourself on the benches on the wrap around verandah, inside the main, bright and spacious dining area, or outside, within the sunny courtyard.

47 Byng Street, Orange

Sweet Sour Salt

Ask any local where to go for the best Thai food in town and Sweet Sour Salt will be recommended proudly. And once you pay a visit to their new location, it will be easy to tell why. This buzzing restaurant now sits inside a tastefully renovated Victorian terrace and serves up a flavourful Thai menu with Chinese, Vietnamese, and Malaysian influences thrown into the mix. The Korean spicy fried chicken wings are an absolute must. 

179 Anson Street, Orange 


Home to a celebrated wine industry, Orange is the perfect place to swirl, smell and taste some of Australia’s best cool-climate drops. Spend your time wine tasting at the many cellar doors of acclaimed wineries, get recommendations as to what local tipple might go best with lunch, or even grab your favourite bottle for a scenic picnic amongst the vines.

Phillip Shaw Wines

One of Australia’s most celebrated winemakers, Philip Shaw Wines, established his own vineyard in Orange back in 1989. Today, this family-owned and operated winery, now run by three industrious members of the Shaw clan, consists of a tasting room, restaurant and wedding venue — all centered around a restored turn-of-the-century stone barn. Expect the wines here to have a bright fruit flavour with an intense elegance and complexity.

100 Shiralee Road, Orange 

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Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW

Nashdale Lane — Cellar Door

Nashdale Lane is a welcoming and unapologetically laidback winery, surrounded by rows upon rows of vineyards. Family owned and run, Nashdale has ‘sit back and relax’, written all over it. The light-filled Cellar Door invites visitors to sample their exceptional range of cool-climate wines, all whilst taking in the idyllic surrounding views through the many oversized, sliding windows. There’s also an onsite glamping experience, the only one of its kind in NSW (more on this below). 

125 Nashdale Lane, Nashdale 

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Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW

Rowlee Wines & Vineyard

Harvested by hand and crafted in small batches, Rowlee Wines & Vineyard is the epitome of quality over quantity, producing premium single-vineyard wines and the results (and awards) speak for themselves. Visit here for one of their various ‘Experiences’ offerings, including a ‘Picnic In The Vines’, where you can spend an indulgent afternoon on the estate with your very own private picnic — gourmet produce included.

42 Lake Canobolas Road, Nashdale 

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Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW


Housed in a carefully preserved heritage building, Ferment is an elegant wine centre where you can sample some of the Orange region's best wines, along with a matching cheese plate, should you wish. It’s the perfect place to stop for a pre-dinner drink, and you may just be tempted to take a bottle (or two) of your favourite home with you. 

87 Hill Street, Orange 

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Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW


A visit to Orange will no doubt involve some overindulgence of the food and wine variety, so a place to rest – and a beautiful one at that – will be in order. Whether you choose to book a stunning onsite hideaway at one of the many wineries, or a luxury self-contained villa with a secluded, scenic outlook — you can count on Orange to provide a beautiful backdrop during your stay. 

Rowlee Guesthouse

Rowlee Wines & Vineyard (as seen above) also has its very own private, luxury guesthouse set within the estate. This lovingly renovated one-bedroom cottage displays a comfortable and sophisticated setting, with a single master bedroom, making it perfect for couples. There’s plenty of space to relax too, with double French doors that open onto a private verandah with views across the lush gardens.

19 Lake Canobolas Road, Orange 
From $299 per night

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Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW

Nashdale Lane — Glamping

Another winery with onsite accommodation, yet with a slightly more unique design, is Nashdale Lane’s luxury glamping tents, set right amongst the vines. The two spacious timber and canvas tents, named ‘Rustig’ and ‘Kalmte’, feature hardwood floors, kitchenette, comfortable queen bed, and a private toilet and shower facilities. There’s even a wood fire for the cooler months, and a cushioned deck seating, along with a BBQ — perfect for those warm summer evenings.

125 Nashdale Lane, Nashdale
From $250 per night

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Visit Orange NSW Glamping

Visit Orange NSW Glamping

Lakeview Luxury Retreat

Specifically designed as a couples’ retreat, Lakeview Luxury Retreat offers clear views over Lake Canobolas, in separate spacious and modern 5-star villas. Along with your stay amongst the hills just outside of Orange, you’ll be provided with all the local ingredients to cook up your own breakfast in the self-contained kitchen, or on the BBQ out on the deck. And make a point to say hello to the friendly herd of Highland cattle who roam the adjoining paddocks.

Stanford Road, Orange 
From $290 per night

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Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW


Should you need a break from all that wining and dining, there’s plenty to explore in Orange in the form of some serious retail therapy. Take to either Byng Street, Summer Street, or Sale Street (or all three) for a boutique-shop-crawl, where you’ll find classic and country style homewares aplenty, but also a healthy dose of fresh, contemporary designs, tempting both locals and visitors.

The Sonic

The Sonic is a lovingly renovated old Masonic hall (hence the name, ‘Sonic’), housing three different stores — JUMBLED, a colourful display of homewares and lifestyle products, iglou, an adjoining fashion boutique stocking many trendy and current labels, as well as Nimrods, an intimate and relaxing cafe towards the back. The now white-washed hall has a grand presence from the street, with an equally impressive show going on inside. Best to put aside a decent amount of time treasure hunting here and make sure to grab a coffee to keep you company.

33-35 Sale Street, Orange 

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Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW

Visit Orange NSW

Of course, we'd love you to come and visit Orange for yourself! To start planning your visit, visit Orange 360

Republished with full permission from Pauline Morrissey.

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Kezz Brett | A Jumbled Fave

If you’re anything like us, seeing a Kezz Brett artwork sparks a hell of a lot of joy with her pops of bold colour and detailed imagery. Before she ran back out the door we thought it’d be nice to chat with her about where she draws inspiration, and why naming her pieces is as important as the design itself. Continue reading

Kip & Co - SOJOURN

Holy moly you guys! It's Kip & Co LAUNCH DAY!!

This collection, Sojourn, is super fresh, full of tropical vibes, loads of soft textures and a powdery palette of colours to match. We're OBSESSED!

Possibly the best part though, is that for the first time ever, there is no pre-order period! That's right - the order is in transit as we type and is due to arrive any day!

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The Spring Edit

These early Spring days make me want to fling open the windows and redecorate all my rooms! Sometimes that even means sitting on my hands so I don't attack every space. Whether you're wanting an entire face lift or just some bits and pieces to freshen up - we've got your back!  Here are some dream spaces filled with our fresh new Spring arrivals - enjoy! xx

 The earthy dream bedroom! I love the rich natural tones with the perfect pop of blue. Georgie Wilson's 'Dawn' is the perfect kicking off point - with Kip & Co's Bamboo Forest Print introducing a fresh colour palette.


For a super luxe living space, it's hard to look past these seriously incredible prints. Pairing the Thistle Portrait with the King Protea - it's all about the drama. We've chosen to pull out the soft pink and burnt orange in the artworks with just a hint of burnished gold.

Thistle Portrait 2 $585 | Dusty Pink Protea $485 | Soho Single Seater $1195 | Velvet Pea Cushion in Burnished Gold $89 | Mento Side Table $299 | Malia Vase $14.95 | Gloriosa Spray $32 | Lewis Classic Velvet Sofa $2995 | Velvet Tassel Cushion in Burnished Gold $89 | Desa Chainstitch Cushion $159 | Insignia Bone Inlay Coffee Table $2200

Bright and fresh, in this space the more colour the better! Centering around this stunning coastal print, we explore a fun take on blue and terracotta.

Boston Fern Rattan Hanging Plant $270 | Boston Fern Rattan Hanging Plant $135 | Aphrodite's Cove $565 | Sprout Bone Inlay Stool $829 | Nikko Knit Blanket $179 | Izzy Plait Cushion $99 | Garden Linen Pillowcase Set $99 | Wax Begonia Bush in Zander Pot $99


Something for the kids, because this season there is TOO much goodness to handle! This fresh room is anchored down with the INCREDIBLE oversized Jute Stripe Beanbag and the Beldi Rose Boucherouite Rug. 

Blush Pineapple Framed Print $329 | Chinese Money Plant $34.95 | Polly Planter $49.95 | Olivia Stool $169.95 | Kip & Co's Wild Horses Quilt Cover from $149 | Boho Cushion in Lilac $89 | Velvet Pea Cushion In Smokey Pink $89 | Tassel Throw in Grasshopper $269 | Beldi Rose Boucherouite Rug $749 | Giant Stripe Jute Beanbag $349 | Lulu Llama $44.95


For even more inspiration, make sure to check out our FREE e-magazine, The Jumbled Journal, online here!

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Kip & Co - In Full Bloom

Woo hoo!!! Kip & Co release day is my absolute FAVOURITE DAY and this collection is going to blow your socks off! Super fresh colours, fun bold prints, unexpectedly fun combos... it's everything you love about Kip & Co and MORE!

What's even better - the stock arrives early October (which is only 3ish weeks away! BOOM!)

So what are you waiting for? Get your order in before the stock sells out, and don't forget to use our LETMELAYBY promo code. It couldn't be any easier!

Now let's get straight into the range - ENJOY!!!




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The Jumbled Journal!


I am BEYOND excited to share my first ever e-magazine with you, The Jumbled Journal! It's a collection of all of the things and people that inspire me; art, flowers, design, travel, food and fashion. Every person in this first edition of our e-magazine is special to me in some way. 

The Jumbled Journal features articles with Aleksandra Schutz, Kezz Brett, the designers from Studio Esteta, Kip & Co, Sage x Clare and more!


I've had so much fun piecing it together, and to top it all off it includes a FREE downloadable art print! Emma Cleine of Lumiere Art & Co has generously gifted her 'Gracie' artwork!

I hope you love it as much as I do! Love Pip xx

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Styling up Anna Cole!

Anna Cole's original abstract artworks are the PERECT pop of colour. We had so much fun pulling together these mood boards - we hope you love them!

Green Land - Anna Cole | Peyton Pot | Sugar Mama Rug | Parkway Leather Sofa | Grass Is Greener Skateboard | Pea Cushion in Orchid | Velvet Tassel Cushion in Kombu | Boho Floor Cushion in Phantom | Jules Beaded Cushion 


Contour Portrait 1 | It's A Beautiful Day - Anna Cole | Fiona Table Lamp | Kubix Table | Velvet Quilt Cover in Cinnamon | Peach Skin Velvet Pillowcases | Boho Cushion in Phantom | Temple Ink Rug



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