London-based designer and artist, Mimi Shodeinde, is making waves in the world of bespoke furniture with her latest creation, The Borris Collection, presented under her studio Minimat Designs. This ten-piece series is not just furniture; it's a testament to Shodeinde's innovative spirit and her desire to challenge conventional perceptions of movement.


In The Borris Collection, Shodeinde brilliantly translates her unique vision of movement into chairs, dining tables, and floor lamps. One standout piece is the Borris Chair, a stunning example of the interplay between softness and hardness. Its boxlike structure, composed of rectangular and trapezoid parts, forms a captivating contrast. The seat, backrest, and arms are adorned with a soft, suede-like material, exquisitely juxtaposed against sleek aluminum panels. This bespoke furniture piece is not just functional; it's a work of art that challenges the boundaries of design.

The Borris Dining Table is another jewel in this bespoke collection. Comprising three irregularly shaped modular pieces, it is a versatile masterpiece. Each component functions independently as a standalone table, but when combined, they form an elegant and long dining table. Crafted from sturdy aluminum, this table boasts two tops made of tinted glass and one adorned with Nero Marquina marble. It's a fusion of form and function that adds a touch of sophistication to any dining space.

Mimi Shodeinde's Borris Collection is a testament to the creativity and ingenuity of bespoke furniture design. With every piece in the collection, Shodeinde challenges our perceptions, blurring the lines between art and functionality. Whether it's the Borris Chair's juxtaposition of softness and hardness or the Borris Dining Table's innovative modular design, this collection is a testament to Shodeinde's commitment to pushing the boundaries of contemporary design. If you're looking to add a touch of artistry to your living space, The Borris Collection is the epitome of bespoke furniture craftsmanship.