Room and Board Couch Round-up: Rating the good, the bad and the un-comfy

Room and Board Couch Round-up: Rating the good, the bad and the un-comfy

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Maxwell Ryan
Sep 7, 2005
coll_mercerduluth.jpg We have all flipped through the Room and Board Catalogue and thought, "gosh, these couches are so much sleeker than the ones at Pottery Barn, but what the heck do they feel like?" Well, your wish is our command. While visiting Room & Board in SoHo last month, we tried out all of the couches for comfort. If we didn't like the shape we didn't bother to sit. OUR TOP COMFORT PICKS:
  • The Mercer- Shown above. Like it. Comfy. (79"-$1000)
  • The Delancy- Comfy, but not very deep. (72"-$1050.00)
  • The Nolan- We like this. Comfy, but not for all night lounging. (75"-$1,150)

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  • The Andre- Like the Nolan, comfy but not for all day TV watching marathons. (76"-$1,300)
  • The Preston -This has a sink in (in the good way) and hang out vibe. (79"-$1,150)

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  • The Houston - Of course, the most expensive couch also has our most positive reaction. Firm, cozy, with a nice depth. (88"-$1,700) Stay tuned for our picks for "It'll get you by" and "What are they, high?"... Alec H.
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