Saturday, March 28, 2009

couch

I'm thinking of buying this couch:


What do people think? It would go in this space, to replace the two white couches:


The ottoman would get in the way of the coffeetable though.

14 comments:

美金 said...

......... so so

Anonymous said...

that leaves little space unless you like clutter around.

LG said...

I like it.

writer said...

You should have your brother throw a party for you and ask the people who come how they like the couch.

David said...

I recommend getting a mongolian instead of an ottoman, they take up less space.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Your brother's party must have resulted in unidentifiable stains on the current couches. Pretty gross, huh?

You can always keep the coffee table and put the ottoman elsewhere in the room and use as needed...assuming you are not the type to use the ottoman daily.

Anonymous said...

Try some color on those walls!

ArC said...

Do you often put food/drinks on the coffee table? If it's just magazines there, I say go with the ottoman, maybe get a side table or two for the occasional coffee.

OTOH, if you and your guests aren't fans of putting your feet up, you could skip the ottoman.

Anonymous said...

It is ok but not great.

Anonymous said...

Hmm... it's not that great. Hold a poll!

Anonymous said...

nice skylight, at least I think it's a skylight.

If you are a big fan of the wall color, get a slightly darker couch. Otherwise, paint your walls a little darker/warmer and get a light colored couch. Contrast is the keyword.

Either way you go, pick a couch that has longer sections of back rests and base. This one looks like a couple of big chairs put together. Stay away from leather. Don't listen to the sycophants who like the couch. Get an ottoman; watching movies/reading are much more comfortable.

Mark said...

The new couch looks like a radical improvement. The accompanying ottoman looks pointless, perhaps getting in the way too much.

Anonymous said...

Humm. I wouldnt buy the center piece, it would be harder to clean because of the surface. And it doesnt look as comfortable for short people but more comfy for big tall people who can sink into the couch. I'd sit in it first to see if it works. And that side piece, I'd see if I could lay down on it, seems like the pillow would get in the way. It looks like wasted space. The design of the new couch doesn't look that good.