If You Thought Parachute’s Nightstands Were Dreamy, You Need to See Its New Wood Bed
Minimal, modern, and comfy.
Published Apr 14, 2023 1:00 AM
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Our days are punctuated by scouting new talent, attending market appointments, and scrolling Instagram in an effort to unearth the products, people, and news you actually need to know. Here’s what we Slacked one another about this week.
The Main Event: Parachute Drops Its First Wood Bed Frame
Parachute is most recognized for its bedding, but real fans know that the furniture is nothing to snooze on (pun intended). While its bed frame assortment has included upholstered options for some time, there were no solid wood styles—until now. The Outpost bed frame is minimalist in more than just its appearance; it’s built with mortise-and-tenon joints, which means there’s no visible hardware. I love how the angular frame is softened with cylindrical legs. It’s offered in moody walnut and light and bright white oak, so all that’s left to decide is how you’ll style it. —Julia Stevens, style editor
4 More Friday Faves
We’ve closely followed (and ogled) chef and artist Laila Gohar’s work since before she launched her homeware brand, Gohar World. We’re still not over her Hay collab, and already another has been announced with the Luxury Collection Store. The six-piece assortment boasts barware inspired by her travels, including hammered cocktail picks emulating the gates of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House in Los Angeles and lace cocktail napkins reminiscent of her trips to Paris.
The Fresh Fragrance: Carrière Frères Introduces Yuzu
There’s always a new fancy candle to sniff, and this week it’s French-heritage fragrance house Carrière Frères’s Yuzu. Available in a diffuser as well, the energizing scent is bright and fruity while also having notes of musk.
The Cool Clay: East Fork and Zoe Adjonyoh Join Forces
East Fork always manages to find the coolest creatives to work with (previous collaborators include Molly Yeh and Alex Elle), and its latest endeavor is with author, change maker, and chef Zoe Adjonyoh. The limited-edition collection includes serving and salt bowls, along with a hibiscus seasoning blend.
The Pretty Print: Madewell and Caroline Z. Hurley Team Up
Yesterday it was 80 degrees in New York City—and also yesterday Brooklyn-based textile designer Caroline Z. Hurley dropped a sunny collection for Madewell. Coincidence? We think not. Her signature block prints appear on bikinis, cover-ups, a hat, and a roll-up raffia mat. We’ve never been more inspired to set our OOOs.