It’s move in day. Your new place is a mess, but after a few days of hard work and careful planning, it finally looks decent. But what about these leftover piles of cardboard? Why not makes use of it? Designer Adrian Candela has come up with the perfect solution for this normally discarded paper. Nit (Catalan for night) is a nightstand/ side table made completely from three 2.5 mm of cardboard. This functional design is quite easy to assemble and gives a second life and purpose to the bunch of empty boxes we all have around the house. It comes with ready made instructions too!

 

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