Zero Waste Target: 6 Recycled Waste Furniture Brands

The trend of reflective consumption has not left the sphere of furniture industry untouched – designers use waste to create things that become rapidly popular and cost big money. HomeKlondike has selected 6 furniture brands that draw inspiration from the idea of waste recycling to create truly iconic pieces of interior design. Read More

10 Pieces Of Conceptual Furniture Design For Aesthetes

A Chanel dining table stylized as a guillotine, a biomorphic bench, a bed made from wood that died of natural causes and primitivistic chairs – this is the choice of people who value conceptual design. These pieces of furniture look like art objects per se and teeter on the brink of art and applied technologies. Read More

Joy From Snaidero: Modern Minimalism At Its Functional Best!

A dream kitchen means different things for different folk. For some it is the image of a warm, inviting Mediterranean kitchen at its vibrant best. For others it is a refined and minimal kitchen that does away with the excesses and offers precisely what you need. If the latter tickles your fancy, then you are bound to instantly fall in love Joy – a stylish and sophisticated kitchen from Snaidero that is all about embracing minimalism with practicality. Just like any other masterfully crafted composition from this Italian Kitchen maker, Joy brings to you the very best in state-of the-art kitchen design, spatial solutions and organizational efficiency. But Joy does all this with an unassuming ease! Read More

Eight Polish Design Studios Representing The Best Of Poland’s Design Scene

In many ways a modern state, Poland is both forward-looking and steeped in tradition. The country is investing more and more in design, and Poland’s talented crop of designers are working diligently to present the country in a new and invigorating light. With designs that traverse past and present, capturing Poland’s heritage and showcasing its innovation, the country’s design scene is part of a stirring cultural revolution. Read More

Modern Revamp Involving A Glass Roof Transforms This Dark Victorian House

Lighting is often an afterthought for potential homeowners dreaming up their house. But ultimately it is lighting that plays the most important role in defining the ambiance of your home. An old, three-story Victorian house in Cardiff, the Glasshouse is a wonderful example of how even the most dreary space can be turned into a cheerful, contemporary home using the right infusion of light! Brought in to radically alter the damp and dark interior of this classic home, Glen Thomas Architecture turned to a contemporary extension with a distinct, 9-meter long glass roof to get the job done. Read More

How To Design A Balcony In Catalan Style From A To Z

Spain… It has so many beautiful things in store to inspire multiple tourists. And one of them is sweet and cozy balconies of Catalonia. The weekend is approaching and if you have a strong desire for creativity, why not turn your balcony into a cozy nook and a small of piece of Barcelona, no matter where you live? Read More

Ultra-Functional Two-Room Apartment For People With Much Stuff

The hosts of this newly-built two-room apartment are a young family couple with a 4-year-old kid. Despite a limited residential area of their new flat, they had plenty of wishes regarding their future home nest. Firstly, they wanted a living room and kitchen to be open-plan. Besides, there had to be an isolated bedroom for their daughter, so their own sleeping area had to be arranged within the open-plan living room. Thirdly, they wanted to preserve an originally envisaged pantry and have many storage zones for their stuff and sporting equipment besides. Also, they wanted their bathroom to be separated from a WC. Finally, both the husband and the hostess needed work areas: the host works on a laptop and the hostess likes sewing. As for the decorative aspects, they wanted the floors to be wooden and the walls – light. Also, both spouses like light blue and turquoise colors and wanted them to play the role of color injections. So, let’s see how the author of the project managed to consider all these challenging desires! Read More

How To Keep Bathroom Sanitary And Clean: 6 Tips

A bathroom is a place for recreational and hygienical procedures. But how can it be kept clean, if high temperature and moisture favor multiplication of microbial agents? We’ll give you a few tips, which will help to keep your bathroom sanitary easily. Read More

This Flamboyant Café In Kiev Is Made Out Of 14 Shipping Containers!

The Ukrainian National IT Factory promises to be a one-of-a-kind educational institute to those aspiring to climb up the career ladder in IT field. It is befitting then that the cafeteria for this exceptional IT school is equally unique and inventive! Designed by TSEH Architectural Group, the Unit Café in Kiev was crafted using fourteen shipping container units and the interior of this cool café is as spunky and vibrant as its bold exterior in black and green. While the initial plan called for a cafeteria within the main block of UNIT Factory, there was simply not enough space for one. Read More

Romantic Beige Apartment That Won’t Make Your Bored

Beige walls make you yawn, don’t they? You just have to have a look at our today’s post to change your mind. This project proves the fact that even such a trivial color as beige can look fresh in skillful hands of a qualified designer, who had to literally reclaim some of her ideas from the clients. And in the end everyone is happy ;-) Read More