If you’re all for making your bedroom a true sanctuary, chances are you might have tried Parachute‘s popular percale sheets, which have been tested by the Good Housekeeping Institute. The bedding brand is hoping to win its fans over once again with the launch of a brand new category: furniture.
Crafted in the U.S. and inspired by the beauty of Los Angeles (think Laurel Canyon or Venice Beach), Parachute’s new furniture collection features three upholstered bed frames in seven fabric options, including a linen cotton blend, a relaxed linen and a soft faux shearling.
The padded hardwood frames, which Parachute founder Ariel Kaye says can complement any home style and “offer something for everyone that can easily be mixed and matched in the home,” range from $1,800 – $3,050. Two of the bed frame designs — The Canyon and The Horizon — can be purchased along with a footboard.
“These pieces are timeless, unfussy, minimal and design-forward, just like all Parachute essentials,” Ariel told Good Housekeeping. “As a textile-first business, we knew we wanted to create a collection of upholstered bed frames to showcase what we do best. We believe we are at the center of the comfort movement as people are investing in their coziness as a new form of wellness. “
Keep in mind that Parachute’s bed frames require white-glove delivery service as well as assembly. Shop the collection at the brand’s 12 retail stores across the country or online now.
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