flat-packed

flat-packed

adj
1. (Commerce) Brit (of a piece of furniture, equipment, or other construction) supplied in pieces packed into a flat box for assembly by the buyer
2. (Furniture) Brit (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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Design guru Hans Hornemann set out to combine the flat-packed with the high end, aiming squarely at style-conscious citydwellers with limited space.
Design guru Hans Hornemann set out his stall to combine flat-packed with high end, aiming squarely at style-conscious city-dwellers with limited space.
David Trubridge: David Trubridge minimizes his carbon footprint by using bamboo, a facility with 100-percent renewable electricity and flat-packed recycled packaging.
Six of the British-designed and built OX vehicles can be flat-packed and fitted in a standard 40ft shipping container.
Symphony Recycling Technologies is planning to offer a collection service for the flat-packed tyres from garages and tyre depots.
Building your own flat-packed, rowboat, or sailboat is now an easy task.
They also answer the retailers' dilemma of space when it comes to holding stock, by being supplied flat-packed.
SO, IKEA, the Swedish king of the flat-packed, plastic-coated, brightly coloured everything is coming to Ballymun.
Well, it was the time I went alone for two flat-packed kitchen units made from solid birch.
John Owens, aged 49, who worked as a buyer for furniture importer Seconique, was accused of being part of a gang that organised shipments of cigarettes from the Far East hidden inside containers of flat-packed furniture.
But the classic was a guy who turned up in a Metro to collect a bathroom suite and asked if it came flat-packed. J.