Mini Mioche children’s flagship store by Salvage Interiors, Toronto

July 5th, 2013 by retail design blog

Furniture/fixtures for a children’s flagship store called Mini Mioche. Most of the wood for this project was actually reclaimed from the neighborhood itself and all of the fixtures were made by hand, by Steve Wallin / Salvage Interiors.






































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