Too beautiful just for packaging. Beds made of cardboard in a special honeycomb structure are extremely stable, lightweight, space-saving to store and low cost. Photo: Room in a Box.

Too beautiful just for packaging. Beds made of cardboard in a special honeycomb structure are extremely stable, lightweight, space-saving to store and low cost. Photo: Room in a Box.

A bed made of paper: will this be strong enough?

Yes, it will – carrying up to 1,000 kg/m2

 Bedded on cardboard.  Entering a bedding store you would usually find bed frames made of wood, fabric or metal. Beds made of cardboard, however, are rather a rare sight – although this raw material not only offers sustainability but also especially high stability. Relying on a special “mouth-organ” type technique Room in a Box beds can carry up to 1,000 kg per square metre and are available in various sizes. A load-bearing test has clearly shown: even 25 people jumping up and down cannot do any harm to this corrugated board bed.
Pillow fight in bed? No problem on a bed made from cardboard that can bear loads of up to 1,000 kg per square metre. Photo: Room in a Box.

Pillow fight in bed? No problem on a bed made from cardboard that can bear loads of up to 1,000 kg per square metre. Photo: Room in a Box.

For shipping the cardboard support frame is simply folded up and therefore requires little space for transport. In addition to this, the lightweight cardboard saves petrol and the additional castors make transporting the beds from A to B child’s play even on stiletto heels.
Moving could not be any easier. Instead of hauling heavy and bulky wooden beds, moving with a cardboard bed is child’s

Moving could not be any easier. Instead of hauling heavy and bulky wooden beds, moving with a cardboard bed is child’s

Only high-quality cardboard ends up as furniture

Speaking of child’s play: cardboard is not only perfectly suited for sleeping on but also an unbeatably low-cost alternative to wood for shelving, tables, stool and chairs. Particularly popular is paper-based furniture for children’s rooms. With the right varnish these “favourite pieces” are not only a feast for the eye but also water and dirt repellent.
Manufacturer GreenGaia does not use any old corrugated cardboard for its furniture but double-wall corrugated cardboard – a combination of E flute (1.5 mm) and B flute (3 mm) for high stability and durable furniture. The AAA flute with environmentally friendly corn starch glue ensures particularly high load-bearing capacity and this is also moisture-resistant. Re-board®, manufactured and patented in Sweden, is an extremely rugged cardboard with a unique engineered, fluted core – called sandwich cardboard. A special saw blade minimises sharp edges in furniture production for injury-free use in children’s rooms as well.
Compressed paper is not only hard to beat as a low-cost material for beds but also for shelving, tables, stools and chairs.
May we introduce ourselves? We are “book sheep” that double to carry junior from his children’s room to the cosy fireplace.
Child’s play to carry and playfully pretty: cardboard furniture is very so well suited to children’s bedrooms.
100% re-usable: at the end of their life these furniture structures made of paper are simply recycled.
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