Introducing Campaign Furniture

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Giving a creative twist to ‘assembly furniture’ for the modern home.

Looking into the past to bring the home furniture of the present into the future. That’s the mission of innovative furniture brand Campaign. Inspired by the “campaign furniture” that accompanied British soldiers in the 19th and 20th centuries, the collection offers a new take on the mobile design. At the same time, it reimagines the concept of “assembly required”, to provide a practical solution for the modern home.

Timeless and versatile, the chair and sofas look at home virtually anywhere. Even in the middle of nature. Each piece of furniture from the range arrives flat-packed for more convenience. Without the need for extra tools, the user can assemble the chairs and sofas in just a few easy steps. Made of laser-cut, powder-coated, and cold-rolled American steel, the frames come with an impressive lifetime warranty. Midwestern solid wood legs and removable, sustainably-made fabrics complete the design.

The furniture also offers plenty of customization options. The user can change the upholstery or legs, to transform the look of a room or to simply freshen up a décor. Fabrics come in gorgeous muted colors that include Harvest Yellow, Sprouted Green, or Midnight Navy, with more neutral options such as Almond White or Flint Gray also provided. The hardwood comes in light maple or oak with a dark mahogany stain. For comfort and peace of mind, Campaign used high resiliency as well as flame-retardant-free polyurethane foam. Of course, the removable covers make it easy to keep the furniture looking like new. Currently, the brand offers three designs: Chair, Loveseat, and Sofa. They cost $595, $895, and $1,195, respectively. To top it all off, these ‘Made in America’ products are completely recyclable and come with free shipping.

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