Parachute’s upholstered bed frames are stylish and playful

The seven-year-old residence and way of life firm not too long ago debuted a set of three distinctive upholstered bed frames—the Canyon, Horizon, and Dune—this week. The class addition is a primary for Parachute, which beforehand dabbled within the body sport with collaborations with Lawson-Fenning and designer Chris Earl.

“After we launched new product images or catalogs, we’d all the time hear from our prospects, ‘The place do I purchase these [beds]?’” explains Parachute CEO and founder, Ariel Kaye. The prior collaborations and buyer demand fueled the corporate’s curiosity in increasing into furnishings. The method was two years within the making, Kaye notes, saying she needed to be conscious of becoming the product into the model’s ethos and aesthetic.

Becoming with Parachute‘s textile experience, all three beds are upholstered. And the corporate’s residence base of California serves as design inspiration. The Canyon (impressed by the Laurel Canyon) is curved and dramatic with an additional tall headboard and rounded corners. The Dune—intriguingly sloped with smooth edges—is supposed to recall the Mojave desert. And the Horizon, hanging low to the ground, with rounded head and footboards, conjures the dawn on Venice Seaside.

Every is out there throughout six linen or linen-blend neutral-colored materials and one (completely magnificent and fuzzy) ivory-colored fake shearling. They vary from $1900 to $2900, with non-obligatory footbed and no-box-spring-necessary wood slats.

[Photo: courtesy Parachute]

The corporate’s entrance into furnishings comes as Parachute continues its brick-and-mortar enlargement. The previously DTC-only model opened two places in Seattle and Scottsdale, Arizona, this previous summer season, making its retail footprint 12 shops. (Parachute is aiming for 30 shops by the tip of 2022.) With the enlargement of bodily retail and the transfer into furnishings, Parachute anticipates reaching $150 million in income this yr. 

Kaye described the brick-and-mortar expertise as domestic-style showrooms with working sinks so prospects can take a look at a towel’s absorbency and bedrooms the place they will contact the bedding for themselves. “We needed to make an surroundings the place individuals really feel comfy rubbing [the linens] by their palms,” she stated. “It’s designed so it feels such as you’re strolling by a house.” 

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