Q: I'm thinking about buying my first non vintage, non scuzzy sofa but am only attracted to ones that are in the $3,000 range. Since I'm still a poor person, I wanted to know if there are places where I could set up a payment schedule for a sleek modern sofa, like the Jane bi-sectional by Gus. I'm too embarrassed to wander into higher end shops and ask for this without knowing ahead of time. Is this deffered payment stuff something that only existed in the 80's for nasty designs?
Sent by Kevin
Editor: Hmmm — It seems that most payment programs have been replaced by store credit cards — though many larger retailers offer no interest on store credit card purchases for a specific time frame (up to a year at Pottery Barn). Here is what we dug up:
Readers, if you are aware of a modern furniture store with a payment plan, let us know in the comments! We will compile the information in the post — thanks!