Thursday, December 22, 2011

hits of the season...

more than ever before, lulu is stocked to the max with stuff we know you want.

looking for something around $15 for your kid's teacher? no probs. can't find that extra little something for the sister in -law? we'll sort you out. that auntie you haven't seen since last christmas? Easy.  

open early and closing late!!

not quite cylinder and not quite flat necklaces by Not Tuesday. beautiful. $75/$49.

double clock pendant, $50. (yep, it works!)

sterling silver necklaces by Victoria Mason. $220/$240.
salad servers, $20. ceramic toothbrush holders, $19.95. Oil decanter, $49.94

lou mini leather bag, $65. photo albums, $19.95. ceramic mug, $19.95.

phone pouches and snap wallets by Rabbit and the Duck, $22.50/$26.50.

Minnen necklaces, $55.

nancbird silk scarves, from $39-$95.

eco tote, $22. Not Tuesday necklace, $45.

lulu X

Saturday, December 17, 2011

you want these...

We are so crammed with goodies for you and your buddies right now, we are pretty much bursting with holiday cheer.
Quite sincerely.
Here are but a few of our current most desirables...

polli necklace, $79.95

japanese teapots, $40, and cups $15 each.

mushroom clock, $90

Max and The Pirate Ship print, $70

Zanazibar range by Mozi.

matryoska teapot for 2, $75

ceramic geese measuring cups, $45

shinzi katoh notebooks, from $15

melamine christmas platter, $35

assorted lovely earrings from pigeonhole, from $18-$35

Fire Fire platter, $35.

more pics of lovely things to come this week as we get closer to the big day (off):)

happy shopping!

Friday, November 25, 2011

Friday, November 18, 2011

there's always lots to love about this time of year, not least the new batch of calendars that arrive - so blank and fresh, no appointments or meetings written in yet - who knows what the days of 2012 will bring?! Here is the first of Lulu's picks of the season, all available in store now...

rocking chair calendar, $29

farm calendar, $39.95

zoo calendar, $39.95

wall calendar by O-Check Designs, $20.

More to come as the countdown begins....

Friday, October 21, 2011

Let the invasion begin...

Invaders from Japan! The Piperoids are the futuristic paper craft, which transforms colorful paper tubes into awesome robots with movable joints. Piperoids are easy to make—just cut the paper pipes and fit them together! Piperoid brings back the reward of creating things while keeping the process simple.Winner of the Good Design Award in Japan and packaged with striking graphics, each one comes with its own story...

Leader of the hard rock band “Guyzer &
Hell Brothers,” anyone who's heard
his music loves his tunes hands down - or
so he dreams. Currently he's looking for
additional members in his band, as his
apprentice Bean is his only fan at this

Members of trio hip-hop unit Bad Animals.
Lyric's agility combined with the delicate touch
of MC Hook and groovy selections of DJ Track bring them together all ready for the stage.
Currently going through hip-hop magazines to decide which
competition to attend next.

Popular members of the world's smallest
circus troupe. Angry is gifted with tremendous
skills but is a bit hard to get along with - often at times blowing up at someone.
In trying to entertain Angry every day, Funny has
naturally developed his skills as a clown and now
stands at a world-class level.

A girl robot who loves to love - Rose
recently got hooked on fortune telling. She
easily falls in love with good-looking
machines and robots, making aggressive
moves to win their hearts. Despite her
mantra of “I want to be in love,” she easily
loses interest, which confuses everyone.
Appearance comes high on her list of
priorities over intelligence and character.
She is very demanding and her criteria for
Mr. Perfect are quite high, making it so that
none of her fellow PIPEROIDs make the

 More of these awesome guys in store.


Little Lulu X
324 Carlisle St, Balaclava.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

does your kid want a tat..?

Ever the advocates of self adornement in the name of pure fun, Lulu and Little Lulu are SUPER excited to be the very first Australian stockist of Tattly - temporary tattoos for design minded kids. (and kids at heart). Designy, cool, typographic tattoos. With an all-star line-up of designers curated by Tattly, these awesome tatts have to be seen to be believed...

popsicles, by Julia Rothman

kids' set, by Tattly

sunsmile, by Jim Datz

camera 1, by Julia Rothman

boombox, by Marc Johns

you're late, pink and blue. by Julia Rothman

colour burst, by Jessi Arrington

rainbow, by Jessi Arrington

robot, by Julia Rothman

what to focus on, by Marc Johns

All Tattlys are $5 for a set of 2, except the kids set, $15.

On the shelves at both Lulu and Little Lulu,

322a & 324 Carlisle St, Balaclava.

Open 7 days X

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

One of our favourite designers, Orla Kiely, has just released 2 beautiful children's books - Numbers & Colours. As you'd expect from Orla Kiely, the books are full of gorgeous illustration & beautiful colour.

Come visit Little Lulu to grab your bit of Orla for your kids.

324 Carlisle St, Balaclava.

Friday, September 9, 2011

little lulu meets little nutty

kids bike helmets have certainly come along way since i buckled on a stackhat in the 80's.

Nutcase helmets produce the supercute range Little Nutty. Suitable for mini peeps up to 5 years. We particularly like the sentiment on the box - I Love My Brain. Need any other reason to chuck one of these on your little one?

Love, Dots, Star Bright and Paintfight all available, $99.

At Little Lulu, 324 Carlisle St Balaclava. Open 7 days.