Burrow Just Launched New Performance Velvet Upholstery for Their Popular Nomad Sofas

published Aug 25, 2020
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It’s no secret that I love my Burrow sectional. Comfortable and good-looking, it’s the focal point of my entire apartment and my first recommendation for anyone who’s looking to upgrade their living room furniture. Since my sectional and I found each other about a year ago, Burrow has added even more options to their Nomad sofa collection, including new arm and leg styles that can be added on to already-purchased sofas. And just today, the brand introduced a new upholstery option: performance velvet!

Burrow furniture was originally only available to order in a durable performance fabric (that’s what my sectional is upholstered in), with leather added as an option later on. The new performance velvet comes after months of testing, and passes tests for both quality and style. As anyone who’s tried to shop for velvet furniture can tell you, the material can be tricky. Some velvet upholstery is very delicate and prone to wear and tear, making it not exactly ideal for everyday use—especially when kids or pets are involved. On the other hand, there are performance velvet options out there that are more durable but don’t look great. Burrow’s velvet hits the sweet spot, and is stain-resistant, easy to clean, and totally stylish.

Like all of Burrow’s seating, the new velvet sofas are also totally customizable (and modular!). There are five colors to choose from, including neutral options like gray (Feather) and blue (Midnight), as well as a gorgeous jade green hue that really packs on the luxe vibes. There are also six leg options, including three wood and three metal, and you can also choose to add on a chaise, ottoman, and bolster pillows to complete the look. It’s important to note that not all of the pieces in the Nomad collection are available in velvet—right now, the collection includes the Sofa ($1,495), the King Sofa ($1,895), the Loveseat ($1,195), the Armchair ($595), and the Ottoman ($345).

The velvet upholstery release joins a slew of recent launches from Burrow. In April the brand unveiled wall shelves and a new side table model, joining the new arm and leg styles and leather upholstery options. And earlier this summer Burrow launched two new credenzas and two new benches, one each for the brand’s Bento and Serif furniture collections.