If you’re like me, your key ring is cluttered with rewards cards from supermarkets, pharmacies and coffee joints. Last week, The Lazy Daisy gift store launched a rewards program of its own —no card required.
The reward, 15-percent off any one item of your choice, is earned after five purchases of $20 or more. It’s Lazy Daisy’s way of thanking customers.
With two locations — soon to be three —finding five must-have items to buy is easy. Especially if you’re a fan of shabby chic and vintage styles.
Lazy Daisy has stores in Chester and Midlothian and is home to more than 50 up-cycled, repurposed furniture and accessory vendors including Gracie's Cottage, Chasing Aubrey, The Vintage Nest and Ladybird Junction. At both locations you’ll find lots of formerly pedestrian pieces dramatically transformed with Websters Chalk Paint Powder.
Pictured are two fantastic mirrors ($87 each) dressed in chippy white paint. I found them at the Lazy Daisy store at 13110 Midlothian Tunpike. Their size, 42.5 inches-by-19.5-inches, makes them versatile. They’d add some charisma to a dressing room.
Something that’s sure to fly off the floor at the Midlothian store is a hand-painted smoky gray buffet that arrived just yesterday. With its distinguished dark brown wood top, it’s a debonair, up-cycled piece that could be used in a dining room, office or media room as an attractive TV stand.
Lazy Daisy’s store in Chester, 4313 Old Hundred Rd., just added a brilliant yellow-painted dresser ($185) that would amp up a room, too.
In October, Lazy Daisy will opening its third store in Short Pump at Towne Center West.