We are holding our first ever workshop at The Society inc warehouse !
To celebrate the end of 2014 , Sibella will be holding a free, just in the nick-of-time, Christmas table styling workshop on Thursday December 18th from 11-12.30pm.
The workshop will be followed by Q&A and booksigning
Please join us, spots are limited!
Location: The Society inc.
Warehouse 3.02 – 75 Mary Street
St Peters NSW 2044
The Society inc Terrace
We are turning our beautiful 1860’s corner terrace into a pied-a- terré :a one bedroom hotel, a very boutique experience .
We are often asked by curious international parties about our favourite
Australian furniture makers, artists, crafters, textile designers, dyers, tinkers&smiths and the like – this is where we will be showcasing some our favourites & sharing the love.
It will be a sensory experience , forever changing & never finished, full of magic & fantasy, that will be as though being in the pages of one of my books.
It will consist of a main bedroom, dressing room & single/daybed, bathroom, lounge room, living room, kitchen & outdoor courtyard.
It is available for intimate parties, where a bedroom becomes a the perfect set for dinner, the decorative background for fashion & stills photography, launches & whatever else takes your fancy – let your imagination go .
The Society inc terrace is available now for guests, parties, photo shoots & events
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
& visit https://www.airbnb.com.au/rooms/4549682 to book your stay.
The Society inc is now open from 10 till 4pm Monday – Saturday.
Pls email email@example.com or phone 02 9331 1592 to organise an appointment outside of those hours.
Our new address is
75 Mary Street
St Peters 2044
02 9331 1592
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