Clean for Spring: Kyle Schuneman's New Collection

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4 new sofas, and tons of new fabric options just in time for spring. 

Some of our most beautiful sofas yet, we're debuting the Walton, Astor, Sutton, and Scott collections complete with sofas, apartment sized sofas, and chairs with celeb designer and Apt2B BFF Kyle Schuneman. Read on for more info on these exclusive new styles!

 

The Walton combines sleek simple styling with a beautiful walnut wood base.

Side cushions create a thick, comfortable armrest with a deep seat to work for any cozy occasion. 

The Sutton uses a beautiful rounded arm that creates a soft edge to the sofa.

The deep seat and wood legs keep the look feeling fresh and modern without feeling cold or sterile. If you're into cold and sterile, this probably isn't the style for you. If you're into fresh and modern, it probably is!

The Astor is classic style 'til the end. A 3 cushion seat with 5 thick wood legs create a unique look without sacrificing any comfort. 

TIP: don't like the 5th middle leg? Remove it and use it as a piece of abstract art somewhere else in your space! That was a joke just in case one was actually considering it...

The Scott is unapologetic modern design.

Thin arms and a straight silhouette keep it looking like modern art (without the museum) and leaves the customizing with fabrics up to you to really make it your own.

 

 

New look, new colors.

On top of these 4 new designs, we're also offering 5 fresh new fabrics: Mustard - a deep yellow with hints of orange, Maraschino - a beautiful cherry red, Pewter - a dark, clean grey, Sapphire - a deep blue, Sprite - a lime yellow green that we also offer on our Cloverdale, Clinton, and Blackburn collections, and a classic Black.

To try out these fabrics and see them in person, order them for free on our fabric samples page

 

What's your favorite new spring style? Leave a comment here with your vote and we'll send you a 5% discount to the Apt2B store!

 

See you later,

The Guy in 2A

 

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