My daughter told me about this amazing place where she bought her new furniture.
She kept telling me how inexpensive the furniture was and yet it was high quality and comfortable.
I couldn’t wait to go visit and check out the sofa and loveseat. I had been needing new furniture ever since my kids had left our home, but I hadn’t gotten around to purchase it. It seems that everytime I found the time, I didn’t have the money, or vice versa. I loved the look of her furniture when I went to visit, but I didn’t find it very comfortable. I did, however, feel that I should go to the furniture store and look at their sofas. She took me to the store, and we looked at several distinct sets. I told the salesperson that I specifically wanted new oak furniture. With the upholstery, I couldn’t tell what kind of wood it was. Everything was overstuffed, but I found one sofa that I really liked and I bought it. After getting it home and trying it out for a couple weeks, I noticed that the cushions were becoming depressed and there was an odd feeling to the seats. That’s when I began to notice that the arms were a bit lopsided. Over less than a month, the oak wood was beginning to crack, and the upholstery was already tearing from its nail heads. I tried to take the furniture back, but they told me that it was a final sale. My new ‘oak’ furniture wasn’t real wood inside, but simply remnants of left over oak sawdust pressed into the shape of a board.