Taylor - The Modular Collection By: Kyle Schuneman

This week, Kyle Schuneman launches his new plush modular sofa collection, The Taylor. Inspired by clean lines mixed with incredibly c...

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Taylor - The Modular Collection By: Kyle Schuneman

This week, Kyle Schuneman launches his new plush modular sofa collection, The Taylor. Inspired by clean lines mixed with incredibly comfortable cushioning, Kyle adds to his growing line for Apt2B with this first foray into modular seating. The Taylor consists of 3 pieces - a corner, an armless, and an ottoman - and can be mixed and matched to create dozens of combinations.  All 3 pieces are available in 4 linen fabrics - Natural, Burlap, Mink & Zinc - celebrating classic neutrals that both give a lived-in look and are soft to the touch.  The fill of the cushions is down, a first for Kyle’s line, making these pieces luxuriously comfortable so you can sink deeply into them, whether it's a game night or a Netflix marathon. Rounding out the Taylor’s design, the bases are 100% solid wood and recessed, creating the illusion of them floating off the ground.


The Taylor is a passion project of both Kyle and Apt2B as both always strive to create products that are both comfortable and also customizable and personalized. "With these modular pieces, they can both grow with you if you’re moving to a new space or just want to use your current space differently," Kyle offers. With so many setups and potential configurations, the Taylor has endless possibilities. Take the 4pc L sectional for example- it's perfect for a loungey night in for two. Having the in-laws pop over? Separate the armless into its own chair and use the corners together as a loveseat for a more formal setting.  Expecting a little bundle of joy? Add an armless to your Taylor and now you have space for all of you without getting a new couch. The Taylor is truly "tailored" for your life.


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