Inkerman Project

The brief: simple, homely & yogi vibes

About the project

Nikki Weedon Interiors

When one of my besties asked for advice on upgrading her 1-bedroom apartment, I saw the opportunity to help her unlock its full potential. Like many Melbourne apartments, hers suffered from limited storage and a less-than-ideal kitchen setup. Being a yoga enthusiast, she aimed for a calming, clutter-free space and enjoyed a relaxing bath after work.

I recommended a cohesive but simple scheme featuring soft terrazzo patterns, beige tones, and subtle hints of pink and stone. Introducing a kitchen island would help maximise bench top space, while sleek induction cooktops, under mount sink and a seamless stone splash back would elevate the functionality and aesthetics of the kitchen area.

In the bedroom, most of the design was done already, but needed to piece together the final touch by incorporating a built-in bedhead. The end result? A designed apartment that perfectly balances style and functionality, tailored to her life and her rules.

Melbourne Interior Designer Nikki Weedon, in front of graffiti wall
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Inkerman Project

Consult + Concept
"Nikki really understood what I was trying to achieve in making the space feel lighter and bright while keeping it true to my personality. Nikki provided sensible and creative solutions with patience, kindness and a lot of fun"

Are you ready? Let's work together!