Lazybones Australia takes a fresh, whimsical approach to designing homewares for modern, relaxed living. Inspired by all things vintage, we design bedding and homewares that feature quirky signature prints and delicate embroidery.
The Lazybones Australia hair wraps are the perfect accessory for brightening up your 'do.
Bright, fun colours and patterns and made from a beautiful cotton fabric these are an easy and cute way to hide a bad hair day.
With a thin wire inside they are super easy to tie them up and they always sit just as you like.
Choose from a range of gorgeous patterns and colours... and the best bit? Lazyones Australia use only sustainable, high quality fabrics so you can be sure these products are made with the planet in mind.
These sweet garlands feature small snippets of textile designs that read as tiny works of art by the artists involved with the Wiener Werkstatte which was a cooperative of artisans in Vienna. It was established in 1903 and closed in 1932
Each image is digitally printed onto organic cotton and cut into little flags. The edges are kept raw with a simple stay stitch.
These gorgeous new pillowcase sets are made from unbleached, sustainable BCI cotton and feature a collection of different styles of beautiful vintage inspired blackwork embroidery - including darning, blackwork and cross stitch.
This sweet Garland is made up of 10 flags that have had cute images or patterns digitally printed onto organic cotton sateen and finished with a raw and stitched edge and sewn into a flag garland.
Beautifully handmade in Australia and would give a bedroom, living area or hallway a sweet, quirky finish.
Length 3.35m Images length: 130cm/4.3 ft
The images are in the public domain and are all sourced from the generous open access schemes from various wonderful museums. This is an excellent initiative that opens up so many beautiful images to be seen and enjoyed again.
Images from left to right: 1. Eclectus Roratus Polychlorosca by Edward Lear *1830-32 Public Domain (PD) image Courtesy The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art 2. Drawing Textile Design: Anitra Made for Wiener Werkstatte** (PD) courtesy Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum (CHSDM) 3. Giant Kangaroo illustration for trade cards to promote Allen & Ginter cigarettes (gorgeous images though!) 1888 (PD) 4. Banksia Serrata by John Lewin 1770-1819 (PD-1996) Courtesy The State Library NSW 5. Kookaburra from a postcard ca 1915-18 by William Henry Broadhurst 1855-1927. (PD) Courtesy The State Library of NSW 6. Platypus by John Lewin (PD-1996) courtesy of The State Library of NSW 7. Sacred Kingfisher illustration for trade cards to promote Allen & Ginter cigarettes (gorgeous images though!) 1889 (PD) 8. Koalas Phascolarctos cinereus between 1700 & 1880. (PD) Courtesy Special Collections of the University of Amsterdam.