Room and Board Couch Round-up Part 2: Rating the Good, the Bad and the Un-Comfy

Room and Board Couch Round-up Part 2: Rating the Good, the Bad and the Un-Comfy

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Maxwell Ryan
Sep 8, 2005

carmichael couch.jpgIn the continuing desire to give you all of the comfort factors on the vast couch selections at Room and Board, we give you our picks for the "These will do" section (also known as the "Feh" section and the "But the price was so good" section).

(Yesterday we covered Our Top Comfort Picks.)

  • The Carmichael- (shown above) A good one to sink into and hang out on. Not our first pick, but would be good for the person who spends a lot of time relaxing on their couch(Read:watches a lot of TV) (81"-$1,200)

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  • The Jasper- Like many of the R&B couches, has a straight back which forces you to sit upright, but still quite nice, even if it isn't for total lounging. (71"-$1,250)

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  • The Stewart- Odd to sit in, like it should be a fall into it and hang out couch, but it aint. Not bad, but not great. The price helps it.(73"-$950)

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  • The York- You sink down a little too much on this one, but this might be a good choice for the couch potato...although not sure why they need so much consideration (73"-$1,150)

    STAY TUNED FOR THE UGLY...COUCHES THAT JUST DON'T MAKE THE COMFY CUT. Alec H.

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