Introducing: Lilly Loray (+ a giveaway)


Doesn’t that image just make you long for spring days and a fresh, clean interior style to go with them? While I’m erring on the side of white and bright more and more, these furniture and textile pieces are also available in a range of primary colours too, all with more than a hint of retro about them. They’re part of a range called Lilly Loray, which recently caught my attention and I thought you might love it too. Lilly Loray was founded in 2012 by Bryony Tinn-Disbury, a graphic designer and filmmaker who used to work in the advertising industry. She has always loved everything retro and wanted to create a brand that made it easy for people to find retro inspired items for their busy lives.

Rather than sitting around hopefully bidding on auction sites (fun though that can be), Lilly Loray has brought together a range that includes many of the most popular pieces that people search for, including retro-style larders, filing cabinets and sideboards as well as tables, chairs and benches, all in one convenient place. Take a look.

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As you’ll see from the website, the core range of furniture is available in lots of different wood treatments and colours so you can customise it to your personal taste (without the hassle of painting it yourself). One of the signature pieces is the Lilly Loray walnut crate, which is really versatile and can be used in any room to add a vintage feel as well as extra storage. As a hello from the brand to my readers, Lilly Loray is offering one of these lovely crates (worth £89), as a giveaway prize. LillyLoray-Christmas-2_02LillyLoray-Crates-Detail-1a_02aLillyLoray-Crates-Detail-2a_02

Just fill in the details below. This giveaway will run for two weeks and is only open to UK entrants.

Good luck!


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Amy //

What a lovely find – I’m looking to replace some of my furniture in the next few months and this looks like the perfect place!

Sassie Clarke //

Loving the things you can do with a crate indoors and then of course there’s all the things you can do in your outside room too


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