Chelsea Hing Design Consultants

Posted on Tue, 23 Mar 2010 by midcenturyjo

Chelsea Hing Design Consultants are Melbourne based interior designers with a strong architectural focus. Their design philosophy is based on interiors taking their cue from the architecture, making sense with the surrounding environment. Mix that with clever planning and a practical understanding of how people use space to live & work and you get sensational spaces. Young, fresh and colourful. First off we have an apartment in South Yarra, Melbourne. Carly Chisholm from CHDC explains. “This client had long wished to own a Neo Metro apartment and commissioned CHDC to select all of the furniture, rugs & lamps and consult on placement of artworks. Referencing from the artwork, we selected bold colours and pieces to work with the strong architectural envelope yet still hold their own. All elements were lifted up off the floor to maximise the compact spaces.”

Colour your thing? Then you’re going to love this hospitality fitout  for Aqua Fish & Chippery, Hawthorn. Well known in the wholesale seafood business, Aquanas Seafood initially opened AQUA as a retail store for fresh fish. Six months after opening, CHDC were asked to update the store fitout to incorporate a new fish & chippery. The store was completely replanned to address the separation between the fresh fish & cooked product and a new concept developed to give the shop a more nostalgic and friendly feel. I love it and while I’m here I’ll have a salt and pepper calamari and minimum chips and maybe a battered sausage…. maybe. Check out more on the CHDC website.

Great contemporary interiors. I love the colour combo: black, white and yellow. Perfect!!

Chrince says:

Love the coffee tables! Those are exactly what I want for my living room.

Rita says:

Sofa, armchairs & coffee tables are from B&B ITALIA, great company !

Amy says:

Where do you think that mirror came from?

Rita says:

Sorry, no idea for the mirror ! 🙂

KiM says:

That yellow sofa is KILLAH!!!

leon Koh says:

great blog as usual! just to let you know me and my group of friends from the tropical island of singapore are your fan .. keep up the good work of your blog!

peggy says:

Great post, Jo. I love the bright modern home. It’s interesting to me that they matched the interior to the art. Makes sense to me because art is so important to a room. Many of us tend to just the opposite, matching the art to the sofa.

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