I am debating couches lately. I am finally ready to get rid of my, according to everyone else, purple couch which I always mistakenly considered brown. It's a piecer and covered in who knows what. My issue is whether or not I want to get a big sectional or just the matching sofa to my current love seat? If I do a large sectional I am crushing on both of these:
If I go for the option of adding the matching sofa to my current love seat in the front room, it's a lot cheaper. I have just always wanted a large sectional to fill a room and cozy up on, you know? Here she is:
Kivik sofa $599+$129 slipcover
The one good thing in this very petty (petty not pretty) dilemma is that either way I go, the coffee table I want will work. Check this sucker out.
Concentric Coffee Table $299
Isn't she lovely?
And lastly I'm in to horse prints lately. Weird? Kinda. But I've seen some beauties, not to be mistaken with Black Beauty he he he, and I can just see them working anywhere. Even, dare I say it without actually seeing it, in a baby girls room above her crib.
22 Hands $699.95 (ouch!)
Mary Leslie Studio
Lock and Load $120
My original fav that I hunted for after seeing it on The Vampire Diaries. Yes, I watch that show. Yes, you're allowed to laugh.
Winter Stallion $399
While some of you may roll your eyes at any and all of this post you have to keep something in mind. If you were about to move to Hawaii, and have that move TOTALLY paid for, to the island where there is basically NO WHERE (confirmed to me by the wife of the other doc in the practice who worked at WS. She used her discount at PB before their move and never regretted it.) to shop for furniture, wouldn't you buy the large ticket items you really wanted rather than pay ridiculous shipping costs? Phew, that was a mouth full. But I make a good point don't I? Now, any opinions or just crickets?