Innovative cardboard perfume bottle concept design for Leroux is a triumph of utility, eco-friendly awareness and style in one sleek package.
Finnish designer Nikolo Kerimov achieves the task with considerable skill and no mean flair. The first thought which may come to your mind is that a ‘cardboard’ is just a cheap looking packaging material. However, Nikolo ensures the classy appeal of the perfumes and colognes are not lost due to its nontraditional packaging material. In fact, the variety of available colors and sophisticated design adds to the bottles.
Instead of the traditional class, the cardboard structure is designed in a way that you can compress it with your hand. The pressure on the spring inside helps spray the perfume through the nozzle. Once you release the pressure, the spring retains its shape and the bottle springs back to original structure.
There are variety of colors which add to the shiny visual association. At the same time, once the bottle is empty, you can simply flatten it and recycle for even different perfumes. Due to the opaque body you don’t have to worry about sunlight reacting with the liquid inside, letting your perfume last longer.