Ready to assemble, no tools needed

ust as everything can be upgraded, most things can be simplified. For consumers who struggle with regular ready to assemble furniture and it's complicated instructions, Real Simple Furniture will come as a welcome relief. Real Simple Furniture lives up to its name: their flat-pack furniture can be assembled and disassembled with absolutely no tools, other than a pair of hands. The pieces simply click together using lips and grooves. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Rod Amis - Sep 16, 2006 - 2:03 PM PDT
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Marius Chitosca
3.1
by Marius Chitosca - Oct. 1, 2008

For anyone who wants furniture and doesn't know how to handle tools or doesn't want to spend additional money on people who know how to use them, this article is a potential key for solving the problem. There are links towards the essential issues, like product presentation and pricing, plus tips for those interested in distribution partnership.

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Rod Amis
3.2
by Rod Amis - Oct. 1, 2008

Simple, brief reporting on a new concept for home furnishings that shows some promise. Thinly sourced but interesting and informative.

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