Introducing Our First Designer Line:KYLE SCHUNEMAN for Apt2B!
Apt2B Gives Kyle Schuneman the Keys to Launching a Bold New Affordable Furniture Line.
We are so excited to launch our first designer line around Kyle Schenueman. At 28, Kyle is the author of The First Apartment Book: Cool Design for Small Spaces (Clarkson Potter) and pens the Los Angeles Times column, “The Apt Life”. His work has been featured in almost every design publication from Dwell to House Beautiful and he art directs the Emmy-winning Food Network show, “Giada At Home” as well as styles ad campaigns for CB2, Target, and JCP.This bold and affordable upholstery line
, also a first designer collaboration for Apt2B, has sofas starting at $688 and consist of four unique styles that come in a multitude of the bold color choices Kyle is known for in his designs. The line is crafted here in Los Angeles and features chairs, sectionals and sofas.
All the modern pieces created for this collection employ our shared philosophy that the size of the room shouldn’t limit the scale of its design. With renting on the rise and downsizing becoming the norm, smaller scale furniture is more in demand than ever. And with such exciting color choices, Kyle explains, “We wanted to provide great pieces that were comfortable and could become the star no matter what size the room.” We’re so excited about where Kyle is taking apartment design and are thrilled to bring this game-changing attainable style to life. The four styles of the collection – the Monroe, the Logan, the Harrison, and the Clark (named for the nostalgic Chicago streets of Kyle’s youth)– all come in sofa and apartment-size options to meet the needs of today’s consumer. Apt2B is extremely excited to welcome Kyle Schuneman to the “building.”
Special thanks to photographer Joe Schmelzer, who shot the entire collection. His work has appeared in every major interiors-centric magazine, website and blog, and is regularly featured in the editorial pages of Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Vogue UK, Sunset and Travel + Leisure.
- Adam Hanin