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Marble Pebbled Stools That Bring Beach Life Indoors

Inspired by the picturesque beach resort of Damouchari in Greece, The Harder They Come is a collection of swivel stools with seats made from marble pebbles found on the beach itself.

Fresh From The Dairy: Color Palettes Inspired by Hayao Miyazaki’s Films

Designer and illustrator Hyo Taek Kim tapped into happy childhood memories of seeing Hayao Miyazaki’s films and created The Colors of, a series of color palettes based on Miyazaki’s body of work.

A Montréal House with a Flipped Floor Plan

Thomas Balaban Architecte (TBA) designed this Montréal home located in an up and coming neighborhood in the southwest part of the city.

Cutting Corners with Moij Design

We spotted German design brand Moij Design‘s Origami collection at Ambiente Frankfurt. “Moij” is low German for pretty or beautiful and the design studio was founded in 2013 by Hamburg Academy of Fine Arts Stine Paeper and Angelina Erhorn.

Meet Our New Partner: SBID

Design Milk is now working with The Society of British and International Design (SBID) as a media partner.

A Series of Geometric Furniture & Objects

Dubai-based product designer Aljoud Lootah created a collection of geometric furniture and objects that aim to explore form and function.

Camper Store in Stockholm by Nendo

Camper in Stockholm is a minimalist interior designed by Tokyo-based designers Nendo. The project is a retail space design for Camper, a shoe company based in the Spanish island of Mallorca.

Kuskoa Bi: A Fully Biodegradable Chair

Kuskoa Bi chair is a 100% bioplastic chair made by Jean Louis Iratzoki for Alki. With the goal to create a comfortable, enveloping chair without using traditional, environmentally polluting materials, they created a new material.

Announcing The Designers at WantedDesign’s 2015 Launch Pad

Launch Pad is a special area at NYC’s WantedDesign event that is dedicated to independent designers and small companies, who seek a manufacturer for their new products.

Seattle Lofts Mixes Materials for a Stunning Transformation

SHED Architecture & Design recently completely a custom renovation of this Seattle loft located in Capitol Hill.

IKEA Unveils Line of Wireless Charging Furniture

Swedish home furnishings giant IKEA is making a bet the average consumer is finally ready to commit to a technology which has admittedly been around for quite some time: wireless inductive charging.

The Beauty Is in the Details: 2016 Volvo XC90 Test Drive

There we were, lost somewhere amongst the winter-wilted olive groves dotting the gently drifting hillsides of Spain on a stretch of road less traveled than most.

Heath Ceramics Launches Mural, A Multidimensional Pattern

Legendary pottery makers Heath Ceramics have launched Mural, the latest in their series of pre-configured pattern combinations for tile.

Satellite: An Outdoor Kitchen System

Industrial design students from IED Milan, Riccardo Randi, Riccardo Trabattoni, and Dario Distefano designed an outdoor kitchen system for Italian manufacturer Schiffini as their thesis project.

A Silly Piece of Furniture to Hang Your Clothes on

Whether you want to dress it up or leave it naked, LLAMA is a silly piece of furniture that’s made to hold your clothes or coats.

Townhouses in Dublin with a Striking Exterior

Located adjacent to the Royal Canal, Balisbridge in Dublin, the Percy Lane Townhouses aims to raise the bar when it comes to modern Irish design and architecture.

Verso: A Versatile Shelf for Any Room

The Verso Shelf is a ladder-like shelving unit that is versatile enough to work in any room. Designed by Mikko Halonen for Hem, Verso comes in a standard and wide size to accommodate all of your books, magazines, pictures, and whatever else you can find to store.

Choosing Kitchen Colors: Tips from 5 Top Designers

The following post is brought to you by Silestone by Cosentino and Benjamin Moore. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design.

Lighting Made From Layered Felt

Feltology is a collection of lighting that takes a look at felt as a material and aims to showcase its wonderful qualities.

A Hostel That Wants Every Traveler to Be a Friend

The word hostel might not conjure up the most pleasant of images, but luckily places like the Backstay Hostel in Ghent are looking to change that with the help of designers Nele Van Damme & Yannick Baeyens.