Each home should have bins for sorting at least 4 types of waste: glass, paper, plastic, and biodegradables. Our bins are designed to meet different waste sorting needs and can be placed freestanding anywhere in your home or integrated in a cabinet or drawer.
A lot of things go into a kitchen – food, energy, water – and a lot of waste comes out. However, a few smart choices will minimise traffic at both ends – and help you be kinder to both your wallet and the planet.
Think you have seen everything? Think again. After the challenge in this kitchen, even the smallest kitchens will seem like a definition of "spacious". Even though the overall area of 8 square meters may seem like a good enough start, this kitchen is super narrow, making it nearly impossible to move freely even for one person. Cooking together with somebody is an unattainable dream.
Spending more time at home also means more cleaning, cooking and eating in your very own kitchen. But how to set up one that is friendly for you and the whole family, too? Here are some tips and tricks from our interior designers.