The Popular Bedding Brand Parachute Just Launched a Tabletop Line

Elevate your kitchen with these stunning collections.

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March 23, 2022

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You’re likely familiar with Parachute’s Internet-famous lines of linen and cotton bedding, waffle blankets, towels, cozy robes and more. Known for its warm, earthy tones and soft materials, it makes perfect sense for the lifestyle brand to branch out into the kitchen and entertaining space — which is exactly what Parachute has done with its Cloud Cotton Tabletop collection and Stoneware collection.

Inspired by Parachute CEO and founder, Ariel Kaye's, desire to slow down with her family at the dinner table, both lines offer a simultaneously elevated and casual vibe fit for any kitchen. The tabletop collection includes napkins, placemats, a table runner and a tablecloth made from the brand’s cloud cotton fabric and available in both Natural, Light Natural, Coal and Light Coal hues. This material is the same used for the brand’s best-selling quilts, robes and duvet covers.

The Stoneware collection includes a dinnerware set of four dinner plates, salad plates, pasta bowls and soup bowls, a 4-piece mug set and a serving bowl and tray set. Each piece is handmade in Portugal and made of ceramic stoneware. They are oven-, microwave-, freezer- and dishwasher-safe and are available in either white or black — perfectly complementing the tabletop collection.

The tabletop collection starts at $29 for napkins and placemats and ranges in price up to $129 for the tablecloth. The stoneware collection starts at $49 for the serve ware bowl and ranges in price to $139 for the dinnerware set.

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