Step into the cozy embrace of Dressing Paula’s first Home Collection, featuring local female artist Miriam Omar and her detailed artwork. ​​”Malaysiana" by Miriam Omar, reimagines the chinoiserie print in a way that resonates with Malaysia's rich cultural tapestry.

The artwork seamlessly weaves Malaysian landmarks and natural elements, inviting viewers to embrace the nation's unique identity. It pays homage to the wealth of Malaysian culture, its diverse nature, and its vibrant communities.

Using the renowned chinoiserie blue palette, delicate watercolour shades, acrylic accents, and pencil lines, this piece was painstakingly hand-drawn before being transferred onto fabric, resulting in a labour of love and a celebration of Malaysia's heritage.

Her personal stories and journey were carefully translated onto beautiful printed cotton and linen blend tableware which includes table cloth, table runner, table mats and napkins to cushion covers.

Transform your living space into a sanctuary of local creativity with this limited edition collection, or simply elevate your dining experience with tableware that brings joy to every meal.

Explore our Dressing Paula Home by Miriam Omar.


Inspired by the beautiful Malaysia landscape, it features the diversity of our homeland. Look around the print, and you just might spot a hornbill amongst the trees, a Baba Nyonya house, and kampung house. Done in a chinoiserie blue and white porcelain color palette


Miriam Omar is a multi-disciplinary artist, designer and entrepreneur based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She is also the founder of the lifestyle label Project MIRRO and artist/ writer behind @mirronotes. 

Miriam’s artistic style is vibrant and colourful, often depicting themes of identity, culture, heritage, and nature in South East Asia. Through her use of texture and mark-making techniques, she aims to create depth and movement, inviting viewers to explore and immerse themselves in the intricacies of her artworks.

Her creative expressions are inspired by her love for landscapes, people, textiles, and traditional motifs, which she seamlessly blends with contemporary elements. She is known for her bold and striking use of colour, evoking emotions and setting the tone for her narratives. Her art invites her audience to appreciate the beauty and complexity of her cultural heritage while offering a fresh perspective on the modern world.