The sectional was purchased for basement furniture. It fit in the direction we needed it to and served its purpose. Until we painted the living room and realized we needed to switch our furniture. A couch with green tones does not look good in a yellow and gold living room. Or maybe it would if we were in the 1970s and we threw in some burnt orange throw pillows.
First came kids, then came the puppies. Sure, we had the furniture spray coated but that only lasts so many cleanups.
Then came the rips (dogs, you are not back-of-the-couch cat sized)
And the stains (kids and dogs, no eating or chewing on the couch)
Not to mention my daughter’s experiment to use her fingernail to see if she could write her name on the couch.
The dogs are now a year old, the kids are old enough to know better and it’s high time we had a new couch and chairs for this room.
From Gardner-White, I’m thinking a pop of red would look good in this room.
And I can see these tables going nicely with it.
Maybe this slate-colored collection? We could really use a chair or loveseat in this room, too.
See something you like? Gardner-White is hosting a grand-opening event in Auburn Hills on Oct. 13.
Disclosure: Gardner-White is hosting a blogger contest and this post constitutes my submission. Thanks to Gardner-White for offering me this opportunity to humiliate my family by showing our couch wear and tear to the Internets.
Edited to add: The dogs would like you to know that throw pillows are in order, too.