Designs that totally flip the script by reinterpreting typical roles and creating an "upside-down world."
An all-in-one piece of furniture for small living that adapts to your needs throughout the day.
Robert Sukrachand provides a spin on everyday objects for the home.
Jeff Martin Joinery and Steven Haulenbeek are teaming up to present new work at ICFF 2017.
Van Staeyen transformed an empty, awkwardly shaped room into a bedroom that any kid would dream to call their own.
The most Instagrammed piece at Milan Design Week? Le Refuge, a pink, jungle-like daybed designed by Marc Ange.
Unique, contemporary pieces of furniture and accessories with unexpected details.
A cool daybed for extra seating, TV watching, lounging, or overnight guests.
Leander's Linea Cot goes from a newborn crib, to a regular crib, to a toddler bed, and eventually to a two-seater sofa.
A room within a room that organizes essentials, like sleeping, working, eating, and reading, into a cube-like piece of furniture.
Article celebrates their two new bedroom lines with a stunning lookbook.
Recently launched uuio designed a children's bed combining both contemporary and classic elements.
NOOK gives twin beds infinite amounts of cool possibilities.
We can't move on to 2017 without bringing you the 10 posts that rose to the top becoming the most read Design Milk posts of 2016.
We shared a little bit of every kind of dream-worthy home furnishings posts in 2016 and now we revisit the most popular.