Category: Design

Larose Paris X David Umemoto Brutalist Concrete Vases

Design studio Larose Paris partnered with Canadian sculptor David Umemoto on the brand’s first-ever collaboration to create a series of vases that represent their style and “artistic sensibilities.” Umemoto was inspired by the French brand while...

Fresh From The Dairy: Leggings

One of my winter staples is leggings… paired with oversized sweaters, layered with tunics, or under dresses. In the past, I’ve always opted for black leggings, but lately I’ve been branching out and making...

Jasper Morrison’s Ambient Installation at VitraHaus

VitraHaus enlisted British designer Jasper Morrison to transform the Level I of their headquarters in Weil am Rhein, Germany. Spanning 150 square meters, the space he envisioned is part studio, part salon, and part office,...

Paul Ketz’s Marshmallow Stool

If you’ve ever longed to sit on a cloud, this marshmallow-like stool, from Istanbul-based German designer Paul Ketz, might be your best bet. Its cushy, non-toxic polyurethane foam seat is a soft perch that...

Craft Cocktails… Elevated… Literally!

This new year has brought many changes… some more exciting than others. Regardless, we have a feeling many of us could use a drink! So after a year of product development, Pinch Food Design...

TRACK by Box Clever

TRACK is a minimal bike rack created by San Francisco-based designers Box Clever. The designers wanted a rack that could live in modern homes and offices while elevating the environment and showcasing bikes – like...

Opening Ceremony x Google Get Political

New York-based Opening Ceremony is leveraging their cred to plant a flag of protest, opting to skip the usual runway pageantry to unveil their new Spring 2017 collection in a more inspired and artistic...

Best of Dog Milk: January 2017

In January, we spotted lots of great stuff over on Dog Milk – see for yourself: Custom dog illustrations by Cassandra Berger Bunch of Dogs in Here from The Cheeky Doormat Dogs at Work...

Desktop Wallpaper: February 2017

Continuing on our 2017 “designer” desktop wallpapers theme of wallpaper, textile and pattern brands, comes a traditional-meets-modern pattern from the always bold Flavor Paper. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Flavor Paper’s wallpaper is printed...

Four Elements of Truly Mobile-Friendly Responsive Menus

Four Elements of Truly Mobile-Friendly Responsive Menus

There are hundreds of ways to create responsive navigation, limited only by your creativity and the boundaries of what CSS can accomplish. Good responsive navigation is a little harder – a responsive menu must...

Tom Fereday Creates Outdoor Collection for SP01

Australian designer Tom Fereday has collaborated with SP01 on the brand’s second collection – this time, a series of chairs, stools and tables for the outdoors. The SP01 Outdoor Collection focuses on bent metal wire...

A Beirut Penthouse with a Floating Staircase & Wooden Skin

Located in Wadi Abu Jamil in Beirut’s Central District, the Wadi Penthouse is a renovation project where Platau updated a segmented, two-story penthouse for a family of four. Originally, the layout wasn’t working, especially...

Maison & Objet 2017: Putting the Fun Back into Paris

Marcantonic’s Seletti mouse lamps must have been the most Instagrammed exhibit at January’s Maison et Objet. After a sombre show last year with visitor numbers down by 40% (the January 2016 show came shortly...

Exclusive: Loup by Saif Faisal for OTHR

This week, the traditional fruit bowl is turned on its head. We’re excited to give you an exclusive sneak peek into OTHR’s latest launch: Loup, by Bangalore, India-based designer Saif Faisal. 3D printed in...

Umbra + TO DO Compact Living Product Exhibition

Curated by the Toronto Design Offsite Festival, which runs concurrently with IDS Toronto, Umbra’s Compact Living exhibition offers fresh prototypes by 11 Canadian designers. The exhibitors take a look at urban dwellers and what...

Article Launches New Bedroom Series and New Cozy Accessories

Article, best known for affordable, mid-century modern designs that work with any home, recently launched their latest lookbook, complete with a new bedroom series and more accessories. Their latest bedroom series consists of two...

A Whimsical Caesarstone Installation from Jaime Hayon

At this year’s Interior Design Show (IDS) in Toronto, designer Jaime Hayon unveiled his installation of whimsical furniture pieces made from Caesarstone. The seven new pieces are the result of a year of collaboration...

[Bracketed Space] House by Matt Fajkus Architecture

Matt Fajkus Architecture designed the [Bracketed Space] House in Austin, Texas with careful attention paid to the site’s uneven landscape by creating a progression of spaces as it changed. A long pathway transitions down...

Brad Ascalon Reimagines Seating for Public Spaces

The seating in waiting rooms, lobbies, and airports never seems to change, resulting in outdated and uncomfortable places to sit for undetermined lengths of time. New York City-based designer Brad Ascalon aims to rectify...

LOVE is a Yves Béhar Designed Smartphone Turntable

The Yves Béhar designed LOVE smartphone turntable is something old, new again, a portable audio device designed to bridge the strong resurgence of vinyl with app-operated accessibility, all the while promising “the intimacy of vinyl with modern-day convenience”....

Two Halves Shelf by Chifen Cheng

Two Halves plays triple duty. Designed by Chifen Cheng, aka Designlump, the wall-mounted shelf has a semi-circular mirror, a bowl to hold a plant, your keys, or change, and a spot behind the mirror...

Colorful Stationery You Just Can’t Resist

Whether you’re four or forty, kikki.K’s Study In Style Collection has something that you’ll definitely want to use. Though I’m not normally someone who’s into so many bright colors, something about the Study in Style Collection...

Getaway: Tiny Houses in the Woods You Can Rent

The tiny house movement continues to grow as people attempt to downsize their lives and add a bit more freedom back by avoiding high cost mortgages and lots of material possessions. Maybe jumping on the...

North American Makers at IDS Toronto

We recently returned from Toronto where we checked out IDS (Interior Design Show) and the Design Milk-curated Maker section. The Maker section featured seven North American makers and their work, which is produced in...