08/08/2014
HIM&I is all about keeping things clean and simple by decorating your home with objects that surprise and inspire rather than clutter.

Words by

Hannah Blamey
Decorating your home doesn't mean it should be cluttered with stuff. HIM&I is an e-store that's all about keeping it slick when it comes to your humble abode. Dedicated to offering Australian shoppers beautiful yet functional household objects, quality bodycare and unique art pieces, the online store has sourced products from local and international designers that are united by their breakaway perspective and dedicatation to handmade technqiques. 
With a paired back style, the site offers clean and minimal pieces such as ceramic, leather watches and wallets with a dash of colour through bright, geometric bedding and cushions thrown in the mix. We can't help but think that if we hit up HIM&I to decorate our home with their minimalist approach, we'd have the coolest digs in town. 

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