This New Collection Solves a Big Living Room Decor Challenge

published Oct 16, 2018
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We’re always saying that switching up your throw pillows is a quick way to update your decor seasonally without blowing your budget. But we get it, picking one set you like can be hard enough—you don’t want to be too matchy-matchy, but you want them to go together. Luckily, sofa startup Burrow announced today that they’re now selling pillows and throws—and they’re also grouped in collections for easy styling.

The folks behind the easy-to-move flat-packed sofas launched its first non-furniture products Tuesday, which consist of a variety of pillows and throws that are Fair Trade and Good Weave certified. The square and lumbar pillows ($35 to $59) are available separately, but also come grouped with a throw blanket ($79) in easy-to-pair collections ($145 to $195) that fit with a variety of decor styles.

“For many of our customers, this is the first time they’re investing in making their home look stylish and feel premium,” said Stephen Kuhl, Co-Founder and CEO of Burrow, in a press release. “Knowing what a nightmare shopping for home decor can be—and that it’s not necessarily as simple as typing ‘throw pillow’ into your web browser of choice—we’ve done the hard work for shoppers.”

Of course, if you’d rather build your own look, you can take some tips from how Burrow put together the bundles and recreate it yourself. Keep it classic by choosing different textures in the same hue, or varying the sizes to add interest. If you have a wildly patterned pillow, keep others a bit simpler and choose solid covers that are already in the pattern. And when it comes to how many is too many, between three and six is a good number. Want some other options? Check out our Cheap Thrills roundup for options under $30.

The pillows and throws are available both online or at Burrow’s recently opened New York City location at 125 Greene Street.