Parachute Debuts U.S.-Made Furniture Line
Ariel Kaye, founder of Parachute, the bedding brand that started as a collection of linens sold out of Kaye’s apartment and now encompasses a dozen stores, is debuting a U.S.-made furniture line. Starting, naturally, in the bedroom, the L.A. company is offering three bed frames with no sharp edges, all named after aspects of California living: Canyon, Dune, and Horizon. A “squoval” headboard with double-top stitching at the seams adorns the latter, its solid wood legs pairing with soft upholstery in washed linen, linen-cotton, or faux shearling. Pair with Parachute’s linens in neutral hues like Oyster or Charcoal for a full-on dream.
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