Screws are usually integral to assembling cabinetry designs but Reform is introducing wood and steel cabinetry pieces that can be put together without any extraneous fasteners. The easy-to-assemble kitchen cabinets are modular and can be customized to one's liking with different drawer and shelf arrangements. Thanks to the way the cabinets are milled, using a traditional wood joinery technique, they interlock seamlessly like puzzle pieces.
The process of putting the kitchen cabinets together is so simple that Reform CEO and founder Jeppe Christensen claims "My son, who is two and a half, can do it."
At a time when people may find that they're doing more home projects around the house by themselves, this kitchen cabinetry system promises to be especially appealing for those who don't want to fuss with nails and screws.
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Reform's Kitchen Wood and Steel Cabinetry Doesn't Need Screws
Laura McQuarrie — May 19, 2020 — Art & Design
References: reformcph & fastcompany