Measuring 203 cm (79 in) in length and 30 cm (12 in) high, the "Paperpedic" bed is made from 100 percent recyclable cardboard and can be assembled within minutes
Aside from the Paperpedic Bed, Karton's range include chests of drawers, TV units, room partitions and cardboard animals which can be decorated and painted
Each piece of furniture is delivered as a flat-packed paper stack and can be put together without any tools or glue
Wollner says Karton won't be resting on its laurels, with some ideas to expand its range already in the pipeline
It's generally only when its time to pack up and move house that the typical homeowner encounters large quantities of cardboard. In bicycle helmets and vacuum cleaners, however, we have seen some innovative applications for the material beyond its use as lightweight and durable packaging. Karton, a cardboard furniture company offering everything from beds to room dividers, takes a similar approach, yet aims to go beyond the novel and make its paper constructions a charming and practical part of your living solution.
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