Way Basics, modern cardboard furniture held together by glue...in a good way


Way Basics are simple furniture building planks, made of recycled material—essentially cardboard core with wooden veneer, very akin to that stuff made from a certain Swedish retailer—which can be assembled in a variety of ways since they don't use screws, but gluey edges. I'd like to put a boot toe into one just to see how well that glue actually holds up, but the prices aren't bad: a "Basic Desk" is $133, while a "Modular Table Set" is $135.

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