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I’ve just stumbled across the blog The Super Ordinary. Wowzers such beautiful interior inspiration. If you like lovely, minimal, white interiors/styling you’ll love this blog.

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Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a relaxing weekend. We had beautiful weather in Melbourne, a little chilly but beautiful blue skies and bright sunshine. On Saturday night I went to a restaurant here called Chin Chin. I pretty much loved everything from the food, the interiors to the business cards! So after a little further investigating I found the branding and interiors work was created by Melbourne based design studio Projects of Imagination.

Projects of Imagination did a phenomenal job on the interiors. They describe Chin Chin as “a modern interpretation of the quintessential Asian eating house. The Flinders lane building it inhabits is akin to an industrial downtown loft, with high, pressed tin ceilings, steel columns and large windows looking out to one of Melbourne’s famed lane ways. Chin Chin’s unique combination of bespoke details, quirky wall graphics and industrial objects give the restaurant a grounded but playful feel. Authentic Asian details are subtle yet spirited, such as the vintage delivery cycles and custom ‘basko cart’ joinery units. Hints of pop culture are utilised throughout the space, from the arcade bar facade to the ‘Happy’ mascot neon feature.”

You can find Chin Chin here -
125 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
(03) 8663 2000

I highly recommend a visit if you’re in Melbourne!

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I need one of these in each colour. They are perfect! These beauties are created by Good Voyage.

via Design*Sponge

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Completely inspired by the beautiful photography of Nicole Franzen. Nicole is a Brooklyn based food, travel and lifestyle photographer with an impressive portfolio of work. I absolutely love her City Dwellers series.. pure awesomeness.

Images © Nicole Franzen

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Cioccolato looks like my kind of shop. Great branding, awesome colour palette and lots of chocolate. Couldn’t ask for more! Created by Savvy Studio.

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The home/work space of Jeff Halmos and Sam Shipley in New York City. I seriously need a book shelf with a ladder like that! Awesome.

via The Selby

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