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Creative Cardboard Furniture from KARTON

By Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine on Apr 16, 2012

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Admit it: you find the idea of having cardboard furniture a bit out there. To be honest, so did we, before seeing these incredible interiors with cardboard furniture found on Karton. Here is a short description from the producers, shedding light on the items exhibited below: “Each flat-packed, home-delivered KARTON paper stack folds to reveal an impossibly strong, exceptionally handsome and conveniently cheap way to sleep, sit, store or live. A clever (and relationship-saving) system of folds and tabs makes assembly a cinch with no tools or glue required. The result is stunningly simple cardboard furniture you can live with; equal parts brute strongman and lightweight drifter. Move it, store it, recycle it or leave it exactly where it is“. From sitting and sleeping furniture to unconventional storage ideas, the products showcased at Karton are not only practical and Eco-friendly, but also conveniently priced. Have a look!

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