our corner store…
Posted in australia, country style, creative ventures November 7th, 2012 by pia

There is a beautiful new store in Bangalow, in northern NSW called Our Corner Store. Inspired by the traditional corner store it has a little bit of everything and values good old fashion service. Owners Aneka and Miranda have a beauitful aesthetic, each item is carefully selected to fit into a natural, organic style.  “We are passionate about the home and celebration, and sell goods that make living simply better and more beautiful – wire storage and hooks, brass hardware, hemp rugs, jute baskets, canvas camping accessories and stationery.”

I interviewed Aneka and Miranda about their new venture for Country Style, you can read the full interview here. Thank you Aneka and Miranda for sharing your gorgeous space with us! And a big thank you to Natalie McComas for the stunning photographs, and Annique Rousseau for the beautiful styling.

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12 Comments

  1. Charlotte says

    We love this shop! So inspiring.

    November 7th, 2012 | #

  2. sue says

    so jealous! wish my corner store looked like that!

    November 7th, 2012 | #

  3. pia says

    me too sue!!

    November 7th, 2012 | #

  4. pia says

    Can’t wait to visit Charlotte! Thanks for the comment – love lazy bones too :)

    November 7th, 2012 | #

  5. Lisette says

    Gorgeous!

    November 7th, 2012 | #

  6. Australian Corner Store | The Blend says

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    November 9th, 2012 | #

  7. Narumi says

    That’s exactly the kind of store I love !

    November 12th, 2012 | #

  8. Christine says

    Your shop looks Great. I wish we had one in the area we live in to spent the day shopping.
    Thanks for sharing

    November 23rd, 2012 | #

  9. Mary - Bangalow says

    If you had of done your homework on this story you would have found that these disgusting women stole this concept store idea from a close friend of theirs. Their close friend had been establishing this concept over two years and these vile creatures took the idea and her suppliers and opened their own store against their friends wishes. Suffice to say the ex close friend is now commencing legal action. Very disappointing that you did not look behind the facade and hilarious they mention relationships as being important! Who knows you may even be required to print a retraction of this article.

    November 29th, 2012 | #

  10. Mary Bangalow says

    I see you have chosen not to post the truth in relation to your article on these disgusting individuals. Gives a clear indication of the quality of your editorial

    November 30th, 2012 | #

  11. pia says

    Hi Mary-Bangalow, please make note in future that my blog does not welcome bullying. I write and edit my blog as I wish, it’s a public space for like-minded people to read and enjoy the posts and people I choose to feature. I have allowed your comment to be published so that I may reply to it publicly, but if you continue to write remarks that are aggressive in tone like this then I will not publish them and that is my right. As for the content and reason for your comment: there will always be subjects and people featured on my blog that someone, somewhere, may not like. I’m sorry to hear that you feel your friend has been badly treated by Aneka and Miranda. Although I do not know anything about your friend or the work she has done on her store concept, I do know that this type of store exists elsewhere – in Australia and oversea – it is not unique, though I think Aneka and Miranda have done a lovely job executing it. Please do not take this reply as an open invitation to continue this conversation, I do not have the time and will not spare the time to continue it publicly or privately.

    December 3rd, 2012 | #

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