I Heart a Pottery Barn Sectional Couch
I heart the PB Comfort Square Slipcovered 3-piece L-Shaped Sectional (Down Blend)!
As I start dreaming about our future home, the one thing I truly want to get is a Pottery Barn sectional. Right now we have an off brand sectional we bought at a consignment store for $350. It’s done well for being our first couch but it’s not a super nice couch. It’s old, of course, and the cushions are getting pretty flat.
The only problem….the couch is extremely expensive starting at $3,700 without tax and delivery fees.
I’m not sure if I could muster paying that much money for a piece of furniture
Pottery Barn couches are heaven. The moment I lay on the couch, I feel extremely relaxed. Plus, they last forever.
So, I have thought of a couple of ways to afford a Pottery Barn couch:
- Get a part-time job at Pottery Barn. Qualify for the employee discount at Pottery Barn. While I would not enjoy working for minimum wage, as soon as I qualified for the discount, I could buy the Pottery Barn couch, automatically giving me a raise with the money I saved. Also, any of the money I earned there part time would go to buying the couch. Bad logic?
- Be on the lookout for the floor sales when they sell their merchandise at a discount. I love sales, and Pottery Barn discounts their floor merchandise every season. Last fall, I went into the store too late, and they had already sold most of their couches.
- Find a friend who works at Pottery Barn, who could get you the discount when you buy the couch. So far no luck. Anybody work at Pottery Barn?
What do you think? Would you buy a Pottery Barn couch?