This Sleek, Customizable Bed Frame Is Exactly the Upgrade My Bedroom Needed

This Sleek, Customizable Bed Frame Is Exactly the Upgrade My Bedroom Needed

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This Editor-Fave Sofa Brand Just Expanded into the Bedroom With New Furniture

This Editor-Fave Sofa Brand Just Expanded into the Bedroom With New Furniture

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On the heels of their rug launch last fall, Burrow just introduced a new collection for the bedroom that features a bed, two different mattresses, and modular dresser and nightstand designs. Like other Burrow pieces, including their Insta-famous sofa, these items ship directly to your door and are easy to assemble and disassemble as your decorating needs change.

“From the way we engineered the bed frame, to the hours of research that went into perfecting the dresser drawers, our bedroom collection is built to serve as the foundation of our customers’ ever-changing lives,” Stephen Kuhl, the CEO and co-founder of Burrow, said in a press release about the launch. “We’re providing quality materials and innovative designs that ensure you can settle into your bedroom now, with the ability to adapt and expand it well into the future, too.”

Case in point: the Circa Bed, which can be put together without tools and features a single, center leg construction so you can max out under-bed storage with your choice of bins or boxes. The design comes in two wood finishes, oak and walnut, as well as three upholstered versions in papyrus, stone gray, heather charcoal. What’s cool is how customizable this bed frame is; the piece can be styled with or without its headboard — and mixed across wood and upholstery — to an exact combination of your liking. Prices start at $795 for a full and range up to $1,595 for a king.

Similarly, the brand’s new dressers and nightstands are simple to build but sturdy and stylish, especially if your aesthetic leans mid-century modern. Among the mix, available in oak and walnut wood finishes that match the Circa Bed, you’ll find the Prospect Dresser in both a low- and tall- silhouette with three and five drawers, respectively. What’s great is that you can add units to double or triple the size should you need more space for clothing now or later. The dressers come with anchors to screw into the wall for safety, soft-close drawers, and a lip on their top surface to prevent items from falling off of the piece. There’s a matching Prospect Nightstand if you like to coordinate, and then two other styles of bedside tables to choose from, one with hairpin legs and another with simple straight wooden legs.

As part of the collection Burrow is also launching two mattresses, the Lyric Foam and the Lyric Hybrid foam. Both styles feature a “cool to the touch” quilted nylon cover and a hidden pocket handle for fuss-free maneuvering. The mattresses are stocked in full, queen, and king sizes, and pricing starts at $995.

Danielle Blundell

Home Editor

Danielle Blundell is AT’s Home Director and covers decorating and design. She loves homes, heels, the history of art, and hockey—but not necessarily always in that order.

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This Editor-Favorite Sofa Brand Just Launched a Chic (and Super-Cozy) New Line of Rugs

This Editor-Favorite Sofa Brand Just Launched a Chic (and Super-Cozy) New Line of Rugs

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Anyone who’s ever shopped for a rug knows just how tricky the process can be. Perhaps more so than any other home decor product, a rug needs to be versatile. Not only do you want a piece that brings style and personality to your space, but it needs to be soft underfoot, affordable, and easy to keep clean. Honestly, that’s no small feat.

Luckily, we live in a world where companies like Burrow exist. The direct-to-consumer rug brand is upping the game with chic furniture, cleverly modular couches (they’re an AT editor favorite), and — you guessed it — versatile rugs. While the brand already boasted some gorgeous rugs in their arsenal, their newest collection is a dream for any household that counts pets, kiddos, or messy eaters among its residents.

Made using 100 percent recycled polyester or undyed wool, each of the eight new rug styles is stain-resistant and designed to hold its own against spills, leaks, mud, daily wear-and-tear, and more. Plus, with such a diverse range of styles, they pretty much guarantee that everyone can find a rug to suit their tastes. What’s that? You want to know our favorites? Well, glad you asked — check ’em out below.

I Can’t Stop Talking About My Burrow Sofa — and It’s on Sale!

I Can’t Stop Talking About My Burrow Sofa — and It’s on Sale!

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Let me set the scene for you: I’m newly 24 and have just arrived in New York City. I’m living in a 5th floor walkup with two roommates and we do not have any seating. Wary of secondhand sofas because, well, bedbugs, I order a $150 gray futon from Target that is perfectly fine. What’s the big deal about sofas anyway?

Then I start working at Apartment Therapy and find that I am hit with a constant stream of sofa information. It turns out, dear reader, that you (our audience) cannot get enough sofa content. Sleeper sofas, budget sofas, loveseats—if it’s something you sit in, we write about it. And we’re equally passionate about it! Sofas are amazing. They are the statement of your living area, no matter what it looks like or how small it is. It’s where your guests gather, where you eat bowls of pasta five nights in a row, and where you spend most of your time after your bed.

All of this is to say that I now know sofas, and I get it, and I’ve written about them so much that it was getting a little absurd that my own sofa was so… sad. I’d known about Burrow for a few months, and heard plenty about their increasingly popular Nomad collection. Finally, it was time to upgrade to a real capital-S Sofa.

I got the Corner Sectional. Burrow is known for their modular furniture that is easy to assemble and take apart, making it ideal for renters who might live in, let’s say, three apartments in two years (yup, that’s me). The main thing that attracted me was the customization, particularly with the Corner Sectional: You can choose between an L-shaped and U-shaped configuration, with options for 5, 6, or 7 seats. My roommate and I chose to make an L-shape with 5 seats, because that’s what worked best for our space.

Our baby arrived in seven boxes, which, yes, was a real challenge to get up the stairs (at least now I live in a 3rd floor walkup). The boxes were all very clearly labelled in big font, with arrows showing which side to open, which we appreciated. When we finally buckled down to put it all together, we honestly weren’t sure what to expect, but the process was (mostly) painless and took, in all, about 1 hour 15 minutes.

The thing that made us happiest was the lack of tools needed. Since it came in seven boxes, we were a little nervous that drilling would have to be involved, but thankfully we were in the clear. The seats connect with a variety of latches, as do the arms. The legs are attached with steel pins, but you just twist them in yourself. Once we got going and found our groove, we had everything put together in no time (but it definitely felt like a workout).

Like I said, the sofa is totally modular. If we decide to take off a seat for some reason (like after moving into a smaller space, perhaps), we can do that (and add more as well). This piece actually grows with you, and I feel pretty confident that I’ll have it for a very long time. That also has to do with the quality—it’s upholstered in a tight olefin fiber weave that’s naturally scratch and stain resistant, and the frame is made of sturdy birch. It’s also just really pretty, with a classic mid-century modern design and attractive (and practical!) navy fabric. (You can also pick gray, white, red, and charcoal.)

The final verdict? We all (my roommate, myself, and the sofa), are so happy together. We’re still workshopping names for our new friend, but for now we’re just focusing on getting to know each other. I am, naturally, writing this from the sofa, with my legs stretched out on the longer section. Earlier I watched two episodes of “Killing Eve” and ate, yes, a bowl of plain spaghetti in this very spot, and was deeply comfortable, both physically and emotionally.

It’s an expensive purchase, but if you’re willing to save up for a great piece of furniture, this is one that I highly recommend (the regular Nomad sofa is priced at $1,395). And now is the perfect time: Through July 11, Burrow is running a Fourth of July sale. It’s tiered, so you can get 10% off up to $1,899, $200 off $1,900+, $250 off $2,400+, $300 off $2,800+, $400 off $3,200+, and $600 off $4000+. Happy shopping!

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Nicole Lund

Commerce Editor

Nicole writes about shopping and products for Apartment Therapy, but her specialities are candles, bedding, bath, and pretty much anything homebody-friendly. She has been writing for AT for three years.

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