Monday, April 30, 2012

The 'Sectional Sofa' Phase

Over the weekend I went on a bit of a furniture bender.  My parents have owned this green, leather, GREEN couch since roughly the Reagan Administration, and it mysteriously ended up living in my apartment.  For a while now, I've suspected that the green monster needed to go.

So, I started casually browsing furniture online.

I don't really know how it happened -- the details are still a little fuzzy.  But somehow I ended up purchasing a sectional sofa.  Which kind of makes me feels like I've started a new phase of my life.  The "Sectional Sofa" Phase...
Happy Monday everyone!  Did you do anything fun over the weekend?  Like buy a microfiber sectional sofa from a wholesale discount store, perhaps?


  1. Congratulations!!!!! The sectional sofa phase is a major life accomplishment. I mean that in all honesty- I felt very "together" and "mature" when we acquired a sectional. (Albeit from Craigslist). This to replace what we affectionately knew as the "Dead Lady Couch," a freebie from my husband's aunt who works in a nursing home. Someone died and she was like "Yo, free couch, want it?" We were poor at the time so yes, yes we did. It felt good to get it out of my life. Sorry for the long story.

  2. I think buying any furniture from Costco is a good phase, but not every sectional couch is equal. I felt real good about the sectional I bought from Macy's a few years ago, until I realized that it tried to eat everyone who sat on it.

  3. Very little assembly was required. The sofas are amazing,very sturdy! I also must say the softest I have ever felt too! Very pleased!

  4. Awesome versatility, modern style and serious comfort, this sectional has it all! It has become the centerpiece of our home and the whole family loves to hang out here and watch movies or play video games! Obviously constructed with top-of-the-line materials, this piece looks like we spent twice as much. Truly a game-changing piece of small sofa furniture.