When it comes to buying furniture, the two options tend to be expensive pieces hand-delivered to your door, or cheaper ones that come in boxes and can sometimes end up feeling flimsy when assembled. Fortunately, some companies are trying to change that, offering high-quality furniture that cuts costs through shipping flat (think IKEA) with fast assembly. We recently came across a company promising to do just that: Campaign Living, which ships their love seats, armchairs, and ottomans in four to seven days, for free, backed by a lifetime warranty.
Similar to Burrow, another company that sends flat-packed couches you can assemble without tools, the limited collection is still versatile enough to go in many rooms (and the 17 couch colors can even been swapped out, should your tastes change—just change the slipcover). At $1,095 for a loveseat, it's not exactly cheap, but it is a lot less than we see similar furniture pieces selling for at many traditional retailers.
And this week, Campaign added a new piece to their growing collection: ottomans. Designed in the same fabric and style as the chairs, the ottomans can be purchased to match other Campaign Living pieces, or even styled on their own. They retail for $345 and currently come in 17 colors, as well, ranging from neutral to millennial pink.
Like the sofas and armchair, the ottoman comes with a lifetime warranty and can be assembled at home. The fabrics are flat-weave nylon, and all materials are 100% recyclable.
One thing we like about the Campaign pieces is that, while they certainly harken back to the every-popular MCM trend, they can fit in a number of room styles, from boho to farmhouse. One AT staffer who recently got a couch also says it is, in fact, comfy. (He also says that assembly is as easy as they promise: "I didn't even need the instructions.") And the company promises it's nap-friendly too: the company says the pieces won't bend or bow over time.
Want to test one out in person before committing online? Campaign has partnered with local businesses across the country, allowing you to check out their pieces IRL. If you can't make it by Bespoke Coffee in Wilmington, NC, or Revival in Iowa City, you can also order swatches for free.