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Mim Design


With our building project now underway, I'm spending even more time than usual scouring the web for interior inspiration. A recent discovery which is proving to be a great resource is the site of Melbourne based interior design practice Mim Design. Located in South Yarra, the company was founded by interior designer Miriam Fanning, and she heads a team of talented creatives whose combined expertise has resulted in an amazing portfolio of work. I've picked out some of their residential projects to share with you. 

This Melbourne project is a stunning example of how to merge old with new. While aspects of the original Victorian architecture have been maintained, the home has been given a modern, contemporary feel. 

I'm obsessed with these glossy white subway tiles, having first written about them here. They have a beautiful handmade, vintage look and I love the way the light plays on the surface. 

Despite being new, this residence has a relaxed, lived-in feel perfect for its coastal location at Barwon Heads. I love its simplicity and textural finishes, especially the timber floors and chalky colour palette.

Located in Hawthorn, Melbourne, this Edwardian residence has had a complete interior renovation throughout. Warm colours and clean, neutral materials have resulted in a lovely revival.  

Originally a Victorian mansion, this Melbourne home has a beautiful gallery feel, thanks to a modern architectural extension. The interior follows suit, mixing traditional and contemporary with stunning finishes, furniture and artwork. 

To see more of these homes and other projects by Mim Design, pop over here

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