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Furniture brand Burrow expands into rugs and bigger sectionals

The direct-to-consumer furniture brand wants to fill out your living room

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Brown leather sectional in brick-walled living room. All photos courtesy Burrow

In the ongoing quest for living room domination, Burrow has staked its ground as a go-to source for seating that’s millennial-friendly, relatively affordable, and easy to assemble. Since launching with a modular sofa in 2017, the direct-to-consumer furniture brand has continuously expanded its offerings to include pieces like chaise lounges, ottomans, and a sleep kit that transforms a couch into a sleeper. And this fall, it’s adding more sectional sofas and a line of hand-woven rugs to the mix.

The new sectionals join Burrow’s Nomad collection, the latest iteration of the brand’s clean-lined, USB charger-equipped modular sofas, updated with customer feedback over the last two years. While the original lineup featured all fabric sofas, Nomad nows offers top-grain Italian leathers as well.

Living room with gray sectional and blue rug.

Like other Nomad sofas, the new sectionals assemble easily with snap-into-place parts. In addition to a basic “Sofa Sectional” and “King Sectional”, featuring two to three seats and a chaise lounge, Burrow is now selling three more sectional configurations: a double chaise sectional, a five to seven-seat L-sectional with optional chaises and ottomans, and a six to eight-seater U-sectional with an intimate, conversation pit vibe. Prices for the new designs range from $2,295 to $6,290.

Turning the gaze to living room decor, Burrow has also launched a line of eight hand-woven rugs, designed with some specific qualities in mind: low-pile, pet-friendly, kid-friendly, and made from natural materials. Crafted in India, the rugs feature primarily geometric patterns with colors like tans, deep blues, and warm reds. All of the rugs come in two sizes, a 5’ x 8’ for $395 and a 8’ x 10’ and $795.

According to Burrow co-founder and CEO Stephen Kuhl, the company recognized that the “[rug] shopping experience was overwhelming with too many options and confusing with ambiguous pricing and materials.” The intent with this collection, then, is to offer a “‘best of’ assortment that ranges from fashion to function.”

If you’re interested in giving Burrow products a spin, we have some good news: You can use the code CURBED100 to take $100 off a $1,000 purchase (no product restrictions), an exclusive offer for Curbed readers running through November 3.

Woman laying on geometric printed black and white rug.
Woman sitting on red, orange, and yellow rug.
Woman laying on blue rug with diamond-shaped patterns.