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Burrow Revamps Its Direct-to-Consumer Sofa With the New Nomad Collection

The Nomad Sectional and Nomad Club Chair in Chestnut Leather.
The Nomad Sectional and Nomad Club Chair in Chestnut Leather.
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A couple years back, Burrow’s direct-to-consumer sofa (delivered in boxes, no less!) was an innovation in and of itself. But now, Burrow’s upped the ante yet again with their new Nomad collection, a response to customer feedback on their Original line, and hey, it comes in leather!

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With Nomad, couch customers can choose between two shades of top-grain leather or five shades of fabric (including new Navy and Ivory options) if that’s still your jam, and can select either a high or low arm style—the low style is particularly well-suited to propping up your neck when you’re lying on the sofa horizontally, which is the only true way to enjoy a couch. The new design also allows for the optional chaise to be used in the middle of the sofa, allowing for even more potential configurations, and adds the option of a new black finish on the wooden legs. The hardware, leg plates, and USB integration have also been improved, not to mention, the cushions are now cushier thanks to a soft new crowning.

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What’s remained the same, though, is Burrow’s affinity for customization and easy, tool-free assembly. Just as with the Original Collection, Nomad’s offerings include an ottoman, armchair, loveseat, three-seat sofa and sectional, and a king-size four seater, with the ability to add on a chaise. No matter what you choose, the whole shebang will ship for free within 2 to 4 days.

The leather sofas and set pieces range in price from $495 to $3,395, while fabric sofas and set pieces range from $295 to $1,895, which seems well worth it, considering you never even had to set foot in a furniture store (or set butt on a billion and a half couch contenders).


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