When this bespoke merchandise and apparel company moved into their Collingwood warehouse two years ago, they sought to renovate the dull, brown interiors into a bright, accessible and functional space.
Enter local interior design company, Gabriel Saunders who helped transform the office into a smart yet functional design while keeping costs to a minimum.
Firstly, the walls were painted white and black detailing was introduced along the ceilings, furniture and wall trimming.
A feature peg wall was introduced as a cost-effective way to display the company’s latest products in an interactive, ever-changing environment.
Gabriel Saunders designed bespoke plywood shelving and desks which could be easily constructed by the owner’s husband, keeping costs in check while still boasting a high-end design.
A feature sofa from Jardan
and pendant lighting from Sydney-based vintage store, When David Met Nicole, provide just the right amount of colour in this largely monochrome space.
A later addition of a hanging clothes rack featuring black detailing and oversized rope, perfectly complements the plywood tables and adds another dimension to this minimal design.
The finished result is a sleek, understated interior space with pops of colour and a clever interactive feature wall, which has delivered designer touches in all the right places.