NEW YORK — Direct-to-consumer furniture brand Burrow has added to its seating options with Mambo, its fifth collection, which is available in more than 25 configurations.
Offering a softer approach to traditional geometric-style seating, including a curved seat back and optional lumbar pillows, Mambo can be ordered in stain-resistant moss green or crushed gravel performance fabrics or in camel leather. Configurations range from an armchair or loveseat to a four- to eight-piece sectional. Like other self-assembly Burrow pieces, each module ships free in its own box.
“Mambo uniquely pairs clean lines and a minimalistic sensibility with a playful aesthetic, while keeping Burrow’s signature versatility and functionality at the forefront,” said Stephen Bowen, furniture designer at Burrow. “With upholstery options, arm styles and configurations, this collection serves as a blank canvas for individuals to fully customize and express their personal design style.”
Prices for Mambo start at $1,199 for an armchair and go up to $6,899 for the eight-piece sectional. There are also add-on lumbar pillows and an ottoman.