IKEA Releases the YPPERLIG Collection from HAY — Design MilkDesign Milk

This month IKEA has launched one of the most anticipated collaborations ever, with none other than Danish design brand HAY. The Copenhagen-based duo, Mette and Rolf Hay, bring their beloved design aesthetic to the YPPERLIG collection of products, including seating, coffee tables, lighting, textiles, and accessories, all at IKEA’s affordable pricing. They also gave IKEA’s …

LDF 2017

Just before my second year of University starts, all the new design fresher's and returners head off to central London for a day in awe of some of the most innovative and up and coming designs of the year. I went to three exhibitions during the day, however I would have loved to have gone …

Time-Recording Design Objects Inspired by Water’s Various States — Core77

A slightly more art driven project rather than function, but this caught my eye and put a smile on my face.  Pairing the flawless duo of  marble and metal finishes with clean, contemporary geometries creates an intruiging to say the least aesthetic. As well as being easy on the eye, these products also have a …

IKEA smart lights now play nicely with Apple HomeKit

IKEA's Tradfri smart lighting line is an impressive system at a relatively affordable price point, and it just got even better. Earlier this year, IKEA announced that it would be integrating Tradfri with Apple's HomeKit. Today, the Swedish furniture company pushed an update to all existing hubs that does just that. What's more, Ikea bulbs …

The Delirium Collection Brings Playful Patterns to Your IKEA Sideboard — Design MilkDesign Milk

We’ve long been fans of what Superfront is doing to elevate IKEA furniture and cabinets and their latest was born from a collaboration with Swedish artist Klas Ernflo. Unlike the previous repetitive patterns, The Delirium Collection of sideboard fronts features a playful yet refined pattern that’s different on each door front. [Reblogged] via The Delirium …

Brooklyn warehouse becomes showroom for hacked IKEA kitchens

Danish brand Reform and US flooring company Madera have transformed a 1940s warehouse outside the Brooklyn Navy Yard into a Scandinavian-influenced showroom that displays hacked IKEA kitchens. Reform, which specialises in customising IKEA's Metod and Sektion kitchen cupboards, shares the 22 Waverly showroom and offices with Madera. The partnership was formed after Madera chose to install Reform's Basis 01 kitchen in its new …