Poppin launches new furniture


Poppin, founded by J. Christopher Burch, offers office products that look promising. All of their furniture is of high-quality, affordable, simple, and easy to assemble and offers speedy delivery.

CEO Randy Nicolau is optimistic and says that the furniture launch now becomes the tentpole for Poppin, because the furniture is the foundation of any office.  "The other accessories and decorative items play a supporting role."

What differentiates Poppin from its competitors such as Ikea and Knoll is the design – it’s modular. The design is in the details.  This positions the startup company to grow alongside its customers and offers easy management of its inventory.

The new furniture collection includes:

  • Roller chair for $289
  • LED desk lamp for $129 - contains a USB port for easy phone recharging
  • Modular configurations of desks
  • Lounge sofas - the backrests are firm on top and pillow like on the sides
  • Folding chairs - 1 inch thick for compact storage

"Our mission is to enable companies to create modern, inspiring offices that allow people to work in the way they want to work," Nicolau says.  “By the time Poppin is done, those customers will be able to outfit an office for 20 or 200 people with just a couple clicks.”

Click here to read more about the launch in Fast Company.