I’ve read some pretty awful reviews online that often state Pottery Barn furniture is not worth the money. We have 2 kitties that do not scratch furniture (yay training!), and 2 little kids, ages 2 and 4. Because I had spent so much money for them I kept them for 23 years! So, I now will pay for 7 years worth of sofa that will hold up for about 7 years. Truth be told, I have never spent much money on furniture for my home. Quality furniture will last a long time, so it is worth having. So I called Pottery Barn in desperation and begged them to search for a floor model slipcover. So just to confirm, the Ikea Ektorp armchair slipcover fits the Pottery Barn PB basic armchair?
Does that make sense? It for sure didn’t have a feel of quality, but it could get the job done and get us through a couple of years AND save us a boatload of money. If you are shopping for anything – usually Pottery Barn is more expensive than Sears. Their sofas are kiln dried which are worth the extra money. Well worth the money. ReplyDelete. I wasn’t sure which I currently had, because they are broken down lumps and I want to try the other! I love everything else about this couch. It is worth a try.
If you have the extra money to shell out, I am sure the Pottery Barn one will last a lot longer and it is a bit more comfortable in my opinion. How do I know I can trust these reviews about Pottery Barn? Not only do they charge a ridiculous amount of money for delivery charges, but the dresser came damaged, and they forgot to bring the headboard part of the bed. I spent over 2,500 on a sofa thinking that it would be worth it for the quality and it was not! I feel like comfort, in this case, might be worth the investment, though. My husband and I are just about to purchase 2 Slipcovered Pottery Barn Comfort Sofas and we are so excited! We love the feel of the Down-wrapped cushions and are trying to decide between white Twill or the new Performance Canvas. We will have teens soon and honestly I didn’t want to spend a ton of money because no matter what anything will be indestructible at some point with teen boys! Hope this helps! It was a big purchase, but we are happy in the long run! Take Care!Marley Myers.
Urban Farmgirl: Drumroll Sofa Results
Pottery Barn was founded in 1949 as a retail store that sold used and lightly-damaged ceramic products. Most Pottery Barn sofas and chairs are made with double-dowel frames for additional support and durability. Pottery barn basic sofa is a terrible quality and looks awful. We looked at Crate and Barrel, Pottery Barn and today a place called Room and Board. Either better quality for the same money or the same quality for less money. It’s probably worth a look, in case they have a few of the nicer sofas on display. It’s the Buchanan Chaise Sofa from Pottery Barn. They truly will last for the amount of money put into them! I’m personally a thrifty one all the way, but I have learned through experience a good sofa is worth the investment. I had purchased our current sofa secondhand six years earlier, and while it had been great for the college years it was time for it to go. One evening, while trolling the virtual pages of Pottery Barn, I fell in love. I think it was definitely worth the extra dough. I am leaning towards the Pottery Barn Comfort in a washed linen/cotton ivory.
My Sweet Savannah: Great Barn Sectional Vs. Ikea
Real life isn’t picture perfect real life has kids jumping on the couch, the dog sleeping on the ottoman and your Great Aunt spilling wine on your favorite chair. And then I got an email from La-Z-Boy telling me about a new sofa they had and asking if I’d like to review it. If we would have waited a few months until we had a little more money and got the beautiful leather that I actually wanted? I mean. We would LOVE to head over to our local Pottery Barn and snag the. I would also love the pottery barn one, but with two little boys and that much money, ain’t gonna happen! The closest I have found is at a place called Living spaces, but we are in so. 50 more. Totally worth it, in my opinion, to get what I really wanted. You see, I decided to go with a Pottery Barn sofa for my living room remodel.
First the family room sofas. I bought these sofas five years ago they are the Pottery Barn Basic sofa and loveseat and worth the investment. I lusted after Pottery Barn’s Sea Grass sectional for a few months. One came up on Craig’s List (one was used in a home staging) but the thought of actually going pick it up did not inspire me so someone else snatched it up. Sometimes it’s worth spending the money! Reply. Though it is pricey, your money will just worth it. Now that you are looking for the one which is a bit budget friendly, then you have to take glance at IKEA products. Pottery barn doesnt actually manufacture their own products, although it would still be hard to find the exact same item that you saw in the store, check out a manufacturer name regency house. Their conclusion -not worth the money one pays, poorly made with low grade materials. Cottagecotton is one and I bought a sofa from them. I dont think the pottery barn ones are worth the money. I know sleeper sofas get a bad rap as not being comfortable, but I need one (so no need to convince me not to buy one, but thanks!) and would like to find one with recommendations.