In a perfect world, your living room looks like a Pinterest board. In real life, you had to spend a gazillion dollars on a sofa that was supposed to be delivered to your house between 12 and 6 p.m., but never showed.
Meet Campaign, the just-launched affordable furniture company that’s replacing frustrating assembly instructions and hefty delivery fees with gorgeous luxe pieces that can be shipped to your door for free and assembled without tools in three minutes or less.
Here’s how it works: Select an armchair ($495), loveseat ($745) or sofa ($995) from the website in a Pinterest-worthy color (hello, Cadet Grey) and watch in awe as your FedEx or UPS delivery person drops a couple of compact and easy-to-carry boxes containing your sofa at your door. Set aside three minutes to screw together the arms, back and frame. You’re done! Watch a video demo.
The concept is the brainchild of Brad Sewell, a former design and manufacturing engineer at Apple, which means the quality is as high as the finished look is sleek. The seat cushions are made from foam, the back pillows are stuffed with down--there’s even a lounge-worthy depth of 37 inches, perfect for stretching out with a glass of wine.
And God forbid you spill that wine, Sewell has literally got you covered with removable slipcovers that can be replaced for a small fee.
Who said furniture shopping has to be hard?