Winter is coming and I’m fixated on finding a comfy sofa. Kind of.
Comfy might not fully describe what I’m looking for. Squidgy might support my search in its entirety.
I don’t want to tell you what sofa I have (although you can have a peek at it here) but it is not comfortable. So much so that I avoid it. I retreat to my room each night to cozy up and watch tv or read (in case you are interested I’m fully vested in The Crown, on Netflix, at the moment. I sadly finished my old lady mystery series, which I found really relaxing. What are you watching? Here is what I’m reading).
I should also tell you that my couch is white. Excuse the interchanging of couch and sofa. In real life, I call it a couch, but online I feel it more proper to say sofa. So I keep getting caught somewhere in between. So my couch is white. I still (will always) love a good white sofa. Like this . . .
I’m drawn to it, always. But my since my kids like to draw on things, including the sofa, I’m having second thoughts, maybe? To be honest, since I have an inexpensive couch I haven’t fussed over it much and have, by my own admission, let it go. It is slipcovered and can be washed, but I don’t find that this particular sofa washes so well. I end up laying blankets over its blemishes and still adore looking into the family room and seeing lots of bright white.
I’ve thought about leather (for instance something similar to the one I shared last week), but I’m just not a fan. Leather, when it comes to sofas, to me, is aalways either cold or sticky. Again, I’m looking for squidgy. Squidy that washes up well, to be precise.
I’ve also grown somewhat accustomed to a modern shape. I like a few clean lines. I guess I’m complicated like that because when it comes down to it I want clean lines and squidgy cushions.
I’m looking for a sofa with clean lines, squidgy cushions and that cleans up well.
Did I mention that I like sectionals? With a big family, it’s hard to fit us all. Our family room is not ideal for sectionals …. which has got me thinking modular.
Maybe modular is the way to go?
You see, if you have a sofa named Pudding that is described as “perfectly risen and totally moreish” then I’m going to believe it is precisely what I’m looking or. Either that or their Catnap sofa that promises I can “sink back with a big slab of chocolate and a good read.”
It’s a tall order but I’m looking for a sofa with clean lines, squidgy cushions, that cleans up well, and that promises I can sink back with a big slab of chocolate and a good read.
Can anyone help me out? If you’ve seen my perfect sofa couch somewhere out there, please let me know.
I’ll keep looking with the hope that come winter of the next year, I’ll find what I’ve been looking for.