Burrow introduces first occasional tables
NEW YORK – E-commerce luxury furniture brand Burrow is introducing its first occasional table collection consisting of two simple styles.
“It’s only natural for us to expand into the rest of the living room. If our signature sofa is the anchor, then occasional tables are the centerpiece,” said Evan Clabots, Burrow’s vice president of product. “We take our time introducing new products because we want to make sure they’re right for our customers.”
Clabots said that people eat, work and entertain on their coffee tables so the company wanted to come up with a meaningful way to address these real-life scenarios.
Burrow created the new tables based on customer insights, with two distinct styles that maintain the company’s commitment to simplifying furniture. The occasional tables are easy to assemble and disassemble. The new coffee and side table offerings feature durable materials and come in two solid wood types, oak and walnut.
The Bento coffee table is designed with storage compartments that hold items such as chargers and remotes. The top surface features three removable and rearrangeable trays that can also be used on the sofa to hold drinks, plates or laptops. Also, two of the tables can be placed side-by-side and connected with the modular trays in order to expand the table to fit larger seating options.
The Serif coffee and side tables are drawn mid-century Danish Modernism, made of solid wood and designed to be proportional to the Burrow Nomad and King sofas. Clabots said, “These tables are flexible enough to fit any interior style or room with a soft radius for the edges that creates a graceful form only achievable when working with solid wood.”
The Bento coffee table retails for $495, the Serif coffee table retails for $395, and the Serif side table retails for $245. The tables are available for ordering now both online and in the Burrow House showrooms in New York and Chicago.