VIDEO: No tools needed furniture

The Xylo Living line can be assembled and disassembled without any tools. 

Xylo Living is a flexible furniture platform that makes it is easy to assemble and disassemble the furniture components. At least it will be once it becomes available. The company, Xylo Living, is still in the funding and design stages, but the projected release date for the furniture line is March of 2023.  

“ Our company is currently in the process of launching our flexible furniture platform that relies on easy to assemble and disassemble furniture components. Our furniture system can be assembled without the use of tools,” said Cleon Stanley, co-founder of the modular furniture startup.

The majority of the components are interchangeable between different types of furniture. This allows furniture pieces to be broken down to a modular or a component level for easy transportation. 
In addition, people who have limited living space in their home or apartment can switch out their living room furniture for dining room furniture as needed.

According to the company’s website, “Imagine having a sofa and coffee table that can be easily transformed into a dining room table when you want to host a dinner party and can easily fit into a Honda Civic when it is time to move.”

To raise capital for the startup, the company has started an IndieGoGo funding campaign.

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