Burrow Just Launched a New Sofa—And It’s a Minimalist’s Dream

published Oct 27, 2020
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Ever since direct-to-consumer furniture brand Burrow launched in 2017, it’s quickly become a favorite of millennial homes. The company started out with their classic Nomad collection, which included a customizable, modular sofa with strong mid-century vibes. (Full disclosure: I have the Nomad Corner Sectional!) Since then, they’ve expanded into leather and velvet seating, rugs, accessories, tables, and more, but their bread and butter is that first sofa.

That’s why it’s exciting that the brand stuck close to home for their most recent launch: a new seating collection called Range, which includes a customizable, modular sofa that has a more minimalist, modern style. Like the original Nomad, the Range is a fabric sofa that can be personalized to your liking, with three color choices, three leg finishes, and the option to add an attachable ottoman. Unlike the Nomad, this new sofa has an open, airy feel, with the option to remove the arms (which are pretty sleek and slender to begin with). Don’t worry, though—it’s made for cuddling, with a low profile, deep cushions, and an ultra plush fill for maximum comfort.

Burrow is known for the modular style of their sofas, and the Range collection does not disappoint. You build your sofa around a single seat, adding seats in either direction and choosing everything from gaps in the backrest to whether or not you want to include arms. All things considered, there are over 2,000 different combinations to choose from! One new feature that the Nomad sofa does not have is the option to add integrated wood tables on the ends or even in between two seats, creating a gorgeous contemporary look that’ll make your sofa truly one-of-a-kind.

Despite the differences, the Range and Nomad sofas have one important thing in common: quality. The stain-resistant fabric upholstery is durable and made for everyday use, whether you have kids or pets or just have a tendency to spill your drinks, and the cushions are filled with CertiPUR-US certified foams that are free from harmful chemicals and materials. And of course, there’s that easy assembly. I can confirm that putting a Burrow sofa together is quick and painless—the only hard part is getting the boxes up the stairs if you live in a building without an elevator.

The Range collection includes the traditional three-piece sofa in a couple different variations, plus a loveseat and four- and five-piece sectionals if you want to go bigger. Prices start at $795 for the two-piece open loveseat and go up to $2,095 for the five-piece sectional lounger, with the classic three-seater costing $1,395. You can browse the entire collection here.