When you purchase a new piece of furniture, the packaging that it comes in usually goes straight into the trash but household retailers DIY Living are helping to turn this waste into cardboard box furniture.
Based out of Singapore, DIY Living is new to the furniture market and was looking for a never-before-seen method to help reduce waste and get the word out about its business. What has been created is free furniture made from the cardboard boxes that the actual furniture comes in.
Each piece of furniture the company offers comes packed in a box that can be transformed into a coffee table, stool or lamp shade with hopes of expanding the designs in the future. Not only does the company help to reduce the waste of cardboard, they're essentially giving consumers a two-for-one deal that is sure to please first-time buyers and the eco-friendly.
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DIY Living Uses Its Packing Boxes to Create Bonus Furniture
- By: Michael HemsworthNov 12, 2012