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flat-pack

adj
(Furniture) (of a piece of furniture, equipment, or other construction) supplied in pieces packed into a flat box for assembly by the buyer
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A two to three bedroom unit costs from around PS69,000-PS79,000 (although, of course, there will be other costs to consider, and you need the land to put your flat-pack house on).
But it's not the only flat-pack retailer in life's megastore - particularly if you want something little more distinct, without the inflated prices of upmarket outlets.
The flat-pack furniture giant, which also has a popular food hall, has issued a product recall notice for their GODIS PASKKYCKLING Easter-themed marshmallows.
But most importantly, he single-handedly established flat-pack culture, empowered young people with starter-home must-haves and rebranded (for better or worse) Scandinavian chic.
Kamprad started IKEA in 1943 when he was just 17, but his big break came in 1956, when the company pioneered flat-pack furniture.
There's a reason they've completely cornered the market in flat-pack furniture - and it's not that those wee allen keys are easy to use.
As everyone who has attempted flat-pack construction knows, instructions are confusing, mistakes are made, bits are left over and the finished article may not quite function as promised on the box.
WEP Light: Available in natural wood or boldly colored shades, these fixtures from Argentina utilize flat-pack shipping, reducing the product's carbon footprint.
Sweden's IKEA has received its first order for temporary flat-pack refugee shelters and expects to double or triple production in the coming three years, it said on Friday.
| Priced PS229.99, available from littletikes.co.uk Build Your Own Rocket Playhouse THIS flat-pack kit consists of white panels which children can slot and fold together into a rocket-shaped den, complete with opening door, that can then be decorated.
In my mind's eye I imagine Room 101 as being constructed entirely from pieces of flat-pack chipboard, ill-fitting screws and tear-stains which just makes it all the more sinister.