Our favorite companies that have found ways to give IKEA furniture a facelift or just a little upgrade.
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Cerno and ICRAVE joined forces again to launch a new lighting collection called LI©HT, which consists of two pendant lights.
Orenchi Beyond ramen bar takes inspiration from traditional Japanese ramen spots and adds a bit of modern design to the mix.
HARTÔ has launched new products for 2016, including a sideboard, armchair, and shelving system, that have a simple, modern aesthetic.
HUSH designed an interactive project that lets users manipulate prisms to bend and reflect light while also producing an ambient soundtrack.…
A house was built on a steep, almost unusable lot as a fully accessible home for a mobility impaired, aging in-law.
Front Design partnered with Eco Wallpaper on a collection of wallpapers that feature pencil drawings that look three-dimensional.
For this Deconstruction, we take a look at Charleston, SC's Urban Electric Co. and their Houe light fixture.
This DT Estudio-designed residence is located just outside of São Paulo with a unique design that uses different materials on each level.
Mid-century shapes help define this serving set, which features metal forms that are topped off with alabaster lids.
A modern penthouse in Tel Aviv with modular aspects to keep the interior flexible and functional.
BAUX, the brand started by Form Us With Love, has designed a new acoustic tile that was inspired by wood, parquet, and bricklaying.
Canadian designer, Thom Fougere, gives us a look at what keeps him inspired.
From practical to merely fun to have around, we rounded up 10 objects and home accessories that you'll love to have in your everyday life.
The Anne Boysen TOWARD sofa for Erik Jørgensen was given a soothing, nature-inspired makeover featuring 6 shades of green woolen textiles.
Sami Kallio designed the Y5 chair, which gets its name from the 5 inverted Y-shaped components that make up the seat back.