Room and Board Couch Round-up Part 3: Rating the Good, the Bad and the Un-Comfy

Room and Board Couch Round-up Part 3: Rating the Good, the Bad and the Un-Comfy

Alec
Sep 9, 2005

dean couch .jpgThese are the couches that make us blue. Mostly because they gave us a false sense of hope. They looked like they would be just perfect, but it seems that so many R&B couches suffer from short seats and straight backs. Here, sadly are the losers.

  • The Dean - (Seen above) This one forces you into an uncomfortable slouch when you sit, which for us is not a good thing. (86"-$1,400)

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  • The Metro - This is the sink in in a bad way. Not too comfy. (75"-$1,350)

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  • The Flanagen - Forces you to sit upright- like taking tea with the queen. Not great. (79"-$1000)

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  • The Pennington - We wrote down the word "fine" for this. If someone said we looked "fine", we'd change.(72"-$950)

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  • The Candice - Another upright/not cozy. Why are these all so short-backed?! (71"-$1,200)

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  • The Dublin - Straight up- forces you to sit upright. Not great. (73"-$950)

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  • The Porter - Oy. Sinks way down. Feels like an old couch with bad springs. (71"-$1,300)
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