Chic and cardboard are rarely seen in the same sentence, but those are two descriptors of San Francisco-based designer Ben Goldstein's Re-Ply chair. Made from 4 layers of former furniture boxes, the base is cut by jigsaw, glued together, and then folded and bolted to form the seat (which rocks). Surprisingly durable, the seat can be left uncovered, or you can get it upholstered with fur or felt or printed with a pattern or your logo. The Re-Ply Kickstarter campaign runs for 16 more days.
In other news, Miranda Lambert opens a home goods shop, and Instagram grows its web platform. See the headlines after the jump.
• Kickstarting: A Durable, Stylish Chair Made Of Cardboard | Co.Design
• Miranda Lambert's Store Pink Pistol Will Open On Black Friday | Huff Post Home
• Instagram's New Web Profiles Finally Bring Photo-Sharing To That Other Place You Like To View Photos: Your Desktop | Fast Company
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