Furniture – Furnished Reviews
Article Sven Charme Sofa Review

When we first heard about Article we were definitely excited as the business model made a lot of sense – cut out the middle man, reduce the prices. We have no idea how this really works logistically, or if Article furniture is actually cheaper than it would be otherwise, but we did order (and still use […]

IKEA Malm Bed Review

IKEA is known for their cost-effective & design-friendly furniture which, depending on the item and line, can suit a variety of situations from dorm rooms to forever homes. The IKEA Malm Bed is part of the Malm line of furniture, most well known for the highly modifiable Malm dressers. We owned the Malm better for […]

CB2 Movie Salt and Pepper Sleeper Sofa Review

The Movie Salt and Pepper Queen Sleeper by CB2 is at first glance a subtle yet attractive piece of furniture. At 80 inches wide for the queen it’s by no means a small couch, but thanks to the extremely low back and relatively slender lines, it doesn’t feel like it takes up a ton of […]

West Elm Wire Frame Dining Chair Review

The West Elm Wire Frame Dining Chair comes in four different options: Velvet, “Upholstered” which features two fabric options, “Morse Dot” which is a third, patterned fabric option, and a Leather option. Both the “Velvet” and “Upholstered” are part of West Elm’s Contract Grade lineup and claim to be able to meet more rigorous usage […]

West Elm Canto Quartz Dining Table Review

West Elm’s Canto Quartz Dining Table is honestly lovely, and images on the West Elm website don’t really do it proper justice. We really love the look of the brilliant white, slender quartz composite top contrasted with the bronze finished metal base. Rounded corners throughout and a soft edge on the top combined with a […]

West Elm Mid-Century Media Console Review

One of our favorite’s design-wise of the West Elm mid-century line, the media console comes in three possible finishes: Acorn (a lighter more natural and transparent finish), Dark Mineral (a dark brown which still shows grain), and white (paint, grain is still visible). Wide at 80″ and low at only 27″ off the ground, the […]

West Elm Mid-Century Tower Bookshelf Review

The Tower Bookshelf at West Elm finds its way somewhere between a standard tower and a ladder bookshelf, with ladder-type shelves which diminish in depth as they go up, but a full four post base instead of relying on physics for stability. It comes in both a wide and narrow version, and while we reviewed […]

West Elm Anderson Expandable Dining Table Review

The West Elm Anderson Expandable Dining Table is a good example of how build quality and poor construction design can absolutely negate any otherwise positive aspects of a piece of furniture. The table is fairly simply constructed with 4 triangular shaped screwed into cut out corners of the table top. Each leg tapers down towards […]

West Elm Roar and Rabbit Brass Geo Inlay 6-Drawer Dresser

The Roar + Rabbit line at West Elm is part of a collection created via a partnership between West Elm and the Philadelphia based creative design firm Roar + Rabbit (or is it Roar & Rabbit? Their website shows both). Probably the most advertised of the collection are the geo inlay pieces which include a […]

West Elm Industrial Cantilever Dining Chair Review

The West Elm Industrial Cantilever Dining Chair comes in both a leather version and a fabric version. Though we’re reviewing the leather version, we’ve seen the fabric version and like it nearly as much. The fabric isn’t quite the softest or nicest (it’s mostly polyester), but it cleans easily and that’s important in a dining […]

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