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Bed retailer Happy Beds has joined forces with German-based Room in a Box to become the UK’s first and only supplier of an innovative simple-construction cardboard bed.

Made of 100% recyclable cardboard, the minimalist-design bed is easy to transport, with a concertina design that allows it to be ‘built’ in seconds. With no screws, nuts or tools required, users can assemble and arrange the bed near-instantly – saving landlords and tenants much needed time in constructing.

Available in four finishes – classic cardboard, white, black and petrol – this alternative material bed is vegan and low-emission, as well as stylish and durable. Designed with versatility in mind, the hard-wearing bed can easily be moved or stored when not in use, proving an adaptable option for space-stretched properties or landlords needing impermanent sleeping solutions.

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A proven seller across Europe, particularly in high-rise and multi-occupation properties where transporting bulky items is problematic, the lightweight Room in a Box bed has now been made available to UK buyers via Happy Beds for the first time.

Joy Richards, Sleep Specialist at Happy Beds, said:
“This is a product that’s so unique it has the potential to change landlords’ lives forever. Our company ethos is “because everyone deserves a good night’s sleep” and that shouldn’t be any different for anyone looking for an eco-friendly or space-saving alternative to a classic bed.

“Its clever concertina-design and lightweight materials have already made it a hit with landlords in Berlin, Munich and Paris and we hope the Room in a Box bed will provide UK sleepers with a truly-unique and affordable substitute to the traditional bed.”

Gerald Dissen, Co-Founder of Room in a Box added:
“We started ROOM IN A BOX in 2013 with the vision to create eco-friendly and super-portable furniture, and we’ve gone from strength to strength. Our customers love our sustainable corrugated cardboard furniture because it helps them live a low-emissions life, while also being extremely durable.

“We are very excited to work alongside Happy Beds as a partner and to be able to help British customers to live a more flexible and sustainable lifestyle.”

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