Designer Kyle Schuneman Brings Passion for Plaid to the Mainstream
Los Angeles, CA , November 15, 2016 (Newswire.com) - With the continued success of Kyle Schuneman’s brands, Kyle Schuneman for Apt2B and Studio 3B by Kyle Schuneman, the wunderkind interior designer is coming out with a passion project – PLAID.
In time for the Fall and Winter seasons, PLAID is a signature line that will cross over both brands. Here at Apt2B, we will be offering The Scott as a limited edition in three of Schuneman’s sophisticated plaid color patterns starting today. And Bed Bath and Beyond will offer The Grant – Schuneman’s iconic plaid bedding – landing in stores and online in late November.
“Plaid has been associated with highlanders and hipsters. But, I think everyone is able to own and design with plaid, which is what makes it such a staple.” says Schuneman. “I love the pattern and just returned from my own pilgrimage to Scotland and Ireland to understand it more. And I want to share my passion with the world.”
The Scott from Kyle Schuneman for Apt2B immediately gives a custom look to the classic lines of the sofa’s silhouette. It is a limited edition line that Schuneman has called “his most personal yet.”
The Grant from Studio 3B by Kyle Schuneman is a play in contrast with a black and white plaid that is not only striking but reversible giving twice the look for the price. An iconic buffalo plaid for the euro shams and textural throw pillows finish off the classic look.
The new styles for both brands continue Kyle’s philosophy that small spaces don’t mean they can’t have big design. These new pieces add to the just released Taylor modular sofa system Schuneman and Apt2B have offered starting in October. The Taylor comes in 3 pieces and 4 fabrics combining for 100’s of outcomes tailored to the customer.
Kyle Schuneman is one of the most talked about interior designers around. With multiple product lines, his popular design book, and frequent television appearances it’s no surprise why. Kyle is spreading his mantra that beautiful living doesn’t have to be expensive or expansive. And he’s igniting a movement.