Burrow Just Launched Two New Furniture Pieces, Continuing Their Takeover of Our Living Rooms
I—and a lot of the Apartment Therapy staff, actually—am a big fan of Burrow. I am the proud owner of Burrow’s Corner Sectional, and it’s absolutely my favorite thing in my apartment. The brand specializes in modular, mid-century modern furniture that’s meant to grow and travel with you. Recently, Burrow added tons of new options for their Nomad furniture (like legs and arms), and this morning they launched two brand new categories altogether: wall shelves and coffee tables!
Like their sofas, Burrow’s new shelving unit (called Index) is completely modular—and customizable. It can be configured to hang on its own, or you can keep adding shelves to grow your library both vertically or horizontally. And like the sofa, it’s also very easy to put together thanks to the included hanging template poster to make sure you get it right. The shelves are made from solid ash wood, and comes in three finishes—plus, Burrow plants trees to make up for the timber used. Choose the dark walnut finish for a sophisticated, classic MCM look (perfect for a traditional library), or go for the lighter oak option for a more natural boho look. It’s also available in white if you prefer something clean, contemporary, and always in style.
Also launching today is the Bento Side Table, which expands the Bento Coffee Table family. Unlike the original Serif Coffee Table, the Bento is compartmentalized (like its namesake). It’s multifunctional, with built-in storage that makes it ideal for small spaces. The best part, though, is the actual tabletop: Instead of a lift-top, it’s comprised of removable trays that can be arranged in whatever order you choose, and can be taken off to be used as a handy surface wherever you need it. The side table is basically a smaller version of the coffee table, with two trays plus a slot for managing all your cords.