Flat-pack furniture startup Floyd produces easy-to-assemble items for millennials

Online startup Floyd has designed a suite of flat-pack furniture to be easily taken apart and moved around, intended for young city dwellers and to offer a long-lasting alternative to IKEA products. Floyd is the brainchild of Kyle Hoff and Alex O’Dell, who founded the Detroit-based company in 2014 to provide furniture suited to urbanites, who typically rent small apartments and relocate often.

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Flat Pack or Ready-to-assemble furniture

Ready-to-assemble furniture (RTA) is a type of furniture that requires customer assembly, also known as knock – down furniture (KD), flat – pack furniture or kit furniture. The separate components are packaged in boxes containing assembly instructions as well. In general, the furniture can be easily assembled with basic tools like screwdrivers, which are also sometimes included.

 

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