Stockist File | IGLOU – Orange NSW

By December 7, 2017Interview

Our Orange, NSW stockist Iglou was started by owner Pip 11 years ago, starting in a small corner store in Bathurst. Since the inception of LILYA, Pip and her store has supported and stocked the brand, creating a special and long standing partnership. Over the past decade we have seen Pip and her business grow, so we are very excited to share with you our Stockist profile and guide to Orange with Iglou owner, Pip.

Pip opened JUMBLED 6 years ago, when a retail space became available next door to Iglou. Pip was pregnant with her first son so it wasn’t really the best timing, but it was too good an opportunity to pass up! She started selling an assortment of homewares and bedding – basically anything and everything that made Pip’s heart sing.

Two years ago Pip’s husband Nick was walking the dog and noticed a teeny tiny sign saying the old Masonic Hall around the corner was for sale. Pip definitely wasn’t looking to move the stores, and especially not to buy a building, but it was almost too good to be true!

The renovation began a year ago with Pip’s husband Nick (conveniently a builder) overseeing work and Studio Esteta from Melbourne helping bring the vision together. The aim was really to open up the space and to give both stores (JUMBLED and Iglou) their own styled sections whilst still maintaining a consistent flow. Jumbled was designed with fresh white and ply, serving as the perfect foundation for layers of art and bedding, while Iglou is a dusty pink with black metal detailing. The renovation took 9 weeks and the majority of the work completed by Pip and Nick. There were lots of helping hands through friends and family, and even Pip’s sons Digby & Barnaby helped (even if it was just sweeping up dust, dust and more dust!)

“We’ve now been open in our new space, The Sonic, for a little over a year and we couldn’t be happier! We also share the space with a cafe, Nimrod’s, so it is officially the best place ever to work!”

Pip’s Travel Tips for Orange, NSW

Where to Stay?

De Russie Boutique Hotel – 72 Hill Street
Dragonfly Cottages – 92 Heifer Station Lane
Black Sheep Inn – 91 Heifer Station Lane
Borrodell Vineyard – 298 Lake Canobolas Road
The Old Convent – 307 Convent Lane,
BorenoreSummer East Serviced Apartments – 399 Summer Street
Lakeview Luxury Cabins – 57 Stanford Road

Where to Eat?

The Old Convent – 307 Convent Lane,
Borenore (the best ever set menu brunch – Sunday only so bookings essential!)
Groundstone Cafe – 149 Byng Street (Located opposite the Regional Art Gallery)
Nimrod’s – At The Sonic of course! Also located on Lords Pl
Lolli Redini – 48 Sale StreetSweet Sout
Salt – 116 Summer Street
Mr Lim’s – 282 Summer Street
The Grocer & Co Organics – 50 McNamara Street
The Lakehouse Cafe – Lake Canobolas (The perfect place for a nice walk too!)

Things to do?

I obviously LOVE a good winery, so that’s always at the top of my list, but I also love a good walk! Lake Canobolas is a great spot for walking and lately my family and I are really enjoying exploring Ophir and the Borenore Caves. We’re also a hub for lots of smaller surrounding villages, so it’s really fun to jump in the car and visit Milthorpe or Canowindra for example.

Where to Shop?

The Sonic of course! Homewares, fashion and coffee all in the one spot – what more could you ask for!

What to Do?

It’s no secret that we LOVE wineries – Philip Shaw and Heifer Station are top of our list!


33-35 Sale St, Orange NSW 2800
iglou.myshopify.com
jumbledonline.com