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The Most Popular #MyParachuteHomes of 2019

The Most Popular #MyParachuteHomes of 2019
Written By
Parachute Team
Photographs By
Zion and Sons
@parachutehome

Over the course of 2019 we combined our love for comfort with our love for the stars, debuted The Mattress, traveled to India to launch our collection of artisanal Hand-woven Rugs, starting sleeping on a cloud and along with so much more, opened three new stores in ChicagoDallas and D.C. In honor of the new year, we're reflecting back on our momentous last year and the homes brought inspiration, beauty and life to our community. After combing through over 4,000 submissions, here are the most popular #MyParachuteHomes of the last year. Cheers!

01

January

A lesson that needs no reeducation: nothing sparks joy like a perfectly made bed.

02

February

When assembling your coziest bed yet, it’s important to note that there’s no such thing as too many pillows.

03

A purr-fect excuse for a Valentine’s Day photo op.

04

March

Interior designer, Orlando Soria turned up the heat in Top Chef and Restaurateur Richard Blais’ #MyParachuteHome makeover.

05

Founder and CEO, Ariel Kaye, enlisted the help of interior designer Jess Diab, professional organizer Julianna Strickland and Parachute Baby, to bring her dream nursery to life.

06

April

2019 was the year of the house plant. Not only do they improve air quality by naturally converting carbon dioxide into oxygen, we also love their look and their ability to transform your personal space into a spa-like retreat. 

07

May

This bright, plant-filled bedroom shows how sometimes greenery is the only statement piece needed.

08

June

While letting the outside in, we admired homes adorned in plant life as well as those with wallpaper that blurred the intersection between home and nature.

09

July

River Cabin outside of Portland, Oregon quickly rose to the tops of our travel destinations. Fully clad in Parachute, the Oregon Coast has never looked more comfortable.

10

Over summer, we grabbed our travel kits and hit the pavement in search of discovery, relaxation and renewal. The best part: coming back home.

11

August

Not all bathrooms can be this minimal but we it’s something we can aim for in 2020.

12

September

This living room taught us that you can never have too many Euro Pillows. Whether it’s a couch, bed, bench or even the floor – a pillow creates an inviting nook wherever you are.

13

Two-tone Towels stole the show in 2019, making dying off the best part of your daily routine.

14

The Jenni Kayne lake house – outfitted in Parachute – proved that you can never go wrong with an A-frame, white bedding and a sweeping view. 

15

October

These painted cement floors in this airy casita are almost too pretty to walk in.  

16

November

The Amber Could Cotton Robe became a holiday favorite adorning bathrooms and cold mornings across the country.  

17

This white bedroom featuring the Vintage Linen Body Pillow and Textured Wool Rug is the perfect oasis.

18

December

This calming space is baby ready without sacrificing adult style.

19

Cozy December mornings call for this subtle yet festive scene.

20

A cozy weekend in the Catskills in the best way to spend the holidays and welcome in the new year and new beginnings.