Time, as they say, is money. And wrestling with flat pack furniture, without losing one of the screws, is definitely time consuming. Not so with FoldSmart’s attractive flat-pack furniture range. Assembly is tool-free and the task can be completed in 5-10 minutes on site instead of 1-2 hours for a 2 door wardrobe, saving significant labour costs.

Pelham J Vincent, a carpenter by trade, saw a challenge on The Apprentice where the contestants had to make some furniture that was easier for the consumer to assemble. He thought he could do better. He took the range that he developed on to Dragons’ Den, and despite not receiving investment, was encouraged by the feedback received from some of the dragons and online after the show aired.

The main sections of the furniture are supplied already joined together and need simply to be unfolded into shape. Additional sections are then slotted into place along runners or upon rests. In addition to forming the shelves or the rear of furniture, for example, these sections also help to give it rigidity. And there is no compromise on the sturdiness of the products with this assembly method.

Unlike traditional flatpacks, Foldsmart’s furniture, which is made from good quality sustainable materials, can be used time and time again without losing the integrity of the product, but in the event of misuse or damage in transit, interchangeable parts can replaced.

The modern range currently includes double beds, wardrobes, chests of drawers, bedside cabinets, and shelving, in a choice of neutral finishes which will look good in any home. All in all, a Home Stager’s dream!

Find out more at https://foldsmart.co.uk/


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