While some consumers are perfectly happy with the graphic designs of Kleenex boxes, others prefer to maintain a consistent and specific look in their rooms with a special cover for them. For the most part, the Plate Tissue box behaves just as one would expect, concealing the printed card in its rectangular base and allowing facial tissues to be drawn from a slot in its lid.
The polycarbonate cap of the product is, however, slightly different from the typical lid. It has rounded corners and an upturned slit and edges. This smooth form essentially creates a shallow dish surrounding the escaping Kleenexes, accommodating the placement of makeup, stationery and other miscellaneous items. Liu Kejia's Plate Tissue appears to transition seamlessly from this white material into the protruding tissue. It's charming base has been manufactured economically from cork.