Tuesday, July 15, 2008

For my new apartment..

I want this couch. Really bad. I think it'd be sweet in the 2nd bedroom for our guests.It folds out into a fouton-like thing. Do you think it's comfortable?

7 comments:

ian said...

i always hate couches with no arm rests.....but it does look cool.... i love that you have Snide Remarks on your blog... This is Ian btw (shan's husband).

Kristen Parnell said...

Hey Sherri! Your blogs are hilarious. I have fun reading and wish I could cook like you. Congrats on the job-- what are you doing?? Nice work on pushing through for the Master's... definitely respect that, I was so done with school. But now I'm done with working... maybe I'm lazy?? :) We went to Lincoln City in OR and it was GORGEOUS! Will post pics soon, but the laziness has been creeping in again...

Julie said...

Looks like it would definitely not be comfortable. But it's cute!

Shauna said...

Yeah not so much comfortable but totally cute. where is it from? i want it too.

Shannon said...

I have severe doubts about it's comfiness, but I love the way it looks folded up and in a pinch it's better than the actual floor, right? Hey, if people don't like it they can sleep at a hotel. ;)

Sue said...

No arms means not comfortable. And the bed? (But maybe better than the GIANT mattress-blow-up thing.)

Sarah said...

Wow, I feel bad to say this because of the negativeness, but yeah, it doesn't look very comfortable. Something like that has to be REALLY thick and REALLY not cushy (synonym: firm) to be comfortable. If it's pretty firm it may be okay. It's probably made for Europeans (is it from IKEA?) who are not so picky like us yanks.

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