Since its founding in 2009, Rifle Paper Co. has been making stationery and paper goods that are so gorgeous you might hesitate to part ways with them. But, thanks to the brand’s first-ever furniture collection, Rifle Paper Co.’s unmistakable flower-packed prints can have a permanent spot in your home.
After expanding into wallpaper, rugs and throw pillows, furniture was the next obvious step for the brand. “Our customers have been eager to bring Rifle Paper Co. into their spaces in other ways,” co-founder and CCO Anna Bond shares. “We have always dreamed of designing a furniture collection and think it is a wonderful way to bring color, art, and beauty to your space.”
To bring its vision to life, the brand enlisted Cloth & Company — a Chicago-based, female-run business that specializes in creating custom, made-to-order upholstered furniture. “Cloth & Company’s unique ability to blend modern technology with traditional craftsmanship to create a collection of made-to-order pieces for their customers made them a perfect partner,” Bond adds.
Together, the collaboration developed 15 pieces of furniture for virtually every room of the house. (A desk chair for your home office? A headboard for the bedroom? A plush ottoman to polish off your living room? Check, check and check.)
And, since no conversation about Rifle Paper Co. is complete without mentioning the brand’s whimsical aesthetic, each piece of furniture is available in 12 fabrics, all of which are inspired by its hand-painted patterns. (Stylish and cozy? Yes, please.)
Another thing to love about this collection is its affordability. Prices range from $345 for an ottoman to $1,695 for an upholstered, California king-sized bed, so you’re bound to find something that fits comfortably within your budget. The one catch is that furniture will be shipped out four to six weeks after the initial order, but if this collection is any indication, all good things are worth the wait.
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