Artists Miimi + Jiinda have dropped a new colour-soaked collection at Adairs
When homewares and furnishings retailer Adairs first collaborated with Indigenous Australian artists Miimi + Jiinda on a homewares range last September, the collection was snapped up from store shelves quicker than TP in March 2020. Thankfully, the original collection was just the beginning of Miimi + Jiinda’s journey with Adairs and now we’re being treated to a brand-new range of goodies.
Get those digits ready to start clicking friends, much-loved Indigenous Australian artists and mother-daughter duo, Lauren Jarrett and Melissa Greenwood (aka Miimi + Jiinda) are back again with a brand-new collection for Adairs. Originating from the Gumbaynggur, Dunghutti and Bandjalung tribes, Lauren and Melissa are known to incorporate their ancestral homelands and rich cultural history in their artwork. Their new Adairs range will continue this tradition and will feature more of their signature detailed artworks that reflect their personal stories as Indigenous women.
Homewares lovers can look forward to snagging the likes of beautifully printed organic cotton bedlinen, tassel cushions, home decor, kids bedlinen, nursery accessories and more. If a picture-perfect place to hit the hay is what you’re seeking, you can choose from four new types of bed linen – Jagun Quilted Bedlinen (pronounced “ja-goon”), Barrmarrany Bedlinen (pronounced “bah-rah-mahn”), Jagun Miirlarl Sheets (pronounced “ja-goon mee-ra-rl”) and Ngayan Dreaming Sheets (pronounced “nya-yan”). We suggest hopping over to the Adairs website as quick as you can if you’re keen to nab some of these gorgeous goods.