Parachute has quickly become one of the biggest names in home since the launch of its bedding collection in 2014. Well now, the brand is making its first foray into the art world. In a collab with Tappan Collective, Parachute is offering a framed piece by Oakland-based artist Ethan Caflisch called "Spending the Night in a Different Bed (Venice, California)" in its collection. Founder Ariel Kaye believes art is a quintessential and emotional element of the home, so adding this new work is a natural step for the growing brand.
The piece is not only sold on the company's site, but it actually created from Parachute linen. A gray rectangle-shaped piece is framed by softer cream fabric, while a very small red stitch in each corner adds a minor detail to bring it all together. The work is the perfect compliment to Parachute’s recent Minimalist Collection, which aims to create beauty with simple structures.
Available in two sizes, this new piece is the perfect addition to a bedroom or pretty much anywhere that needs a touch of art in your home. We recommend checking out the limited-edition find while it's still in stock.