Designer Prints Instructions On Plywood For DIY Furniture
Paper patterns for making clothing inspired this designers unique take on DIY furniture.
Swedish designer Pål Rodenius is selling sheets of 4×8 plywood printed with pattern outlines of parts needed to build furniture pieces he designed. Buyers need to decide which pieces they want to create ahead of time since the patterns overlap. Once assembled, the original pattern graphics add an interesting graphic element to the finished furniture.
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