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Stacy King in her Lulu Designs studio and gallery at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard. Courtesy image.

Picture Lulu Designs in the Mill Valley Lumber Yard.

Earlier this year, when Stacy King opened her Lulu Designs in the historic Mill Valley Lumber Yard that Matt and Jan Mathews have transformed and revitalized, the benefits were obvious: she was able to bring her studio and gallery under one roof again, and she was surrounded by an array of creative, eclectic businesses, the right space became available.

“The environment we’re working is just magical,” Kings adds. “Being surrounded by nature and redwood trees and having a creek running under us – the quality of life is so vastly improved.”

King and her all-female team have spent the past many months getting situated in their new space, and now they’re ready to toast the occasion of their Grand Opening on Thursday, Sept. 19, 5-8pm. Guests can enjoy wine, cheese and catching up with friends, as well as an opportunity to win a $500 shopping spree on all Lulu Designs Jewelry (must be present to win).⁠

“All of our pendants have spiritual and uplifting meanings behind the motifs,” King says. “They’re inspired by botanical and architectural design, moments of beauty from my experiences on hikes and walks. It kind of permeates my consciousness and comes out in my jewelry.”

The 411: Lulu Designs at 129 Miller Ave., Suite 200 in the Mill Valley Lumber Yard, hosts a Grand Opening on Thursday, Sept. 19, 5-8pm. HERE’S THE FULL STORY ON THE JOURNEY OF KING AND LULU DESIGNS.

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