The Colour Flooring Company has launched a brand new range of sustainable, waterproof cork flooring in six beautiful finishes.
I visited the cork oak forest in Portugal to see the cork harvesting and got to experience a factory tour to see how cork is processed and what it can be used for.
Danish design brand Reform is a really interesting company. It was founded back in 2014 by Jeppe Christensen and Michael Andersen who had noticed a growing interest in custom-made wooden kitchens. However, they were also aware of the fact that such kitchens are not particularly affordable and are often over budget for most people. They set up Reform
I’ve written about quite a few nice bins here before and I believe that there is a bit of a revolution going on in the dustbin world. Not so long ago bins were purely functional receptacles for storing our refuse. The all looked pretty similar and there was nothing really remarkable about them. As soon
The search for ever more sustainable materials has become increasingly important over the past few years as society has become more and more aware of its impact on the planet. Combine this with the trend for cheaper goods and the rise of the throw away mentality and this furniture by Australian company Karton Group is
For the January issue of Designer magazine I wrote an article about how the tough economic climate has prompted consumers and specifiers to opt for more long-lasting, better quality flooring products that have a reduced impact on the environment. Flooring manufacturers are stepping up to meet the sustainability challenge and we are now seeing a
Designing your dream kitchen needn’t be as overwhelming as you might think. Matter Designs, an Essex-based kitchen design company, has helped me put together 5 things to consider when designing your dream kitchen.