For years I’ve been looking for the perfect couch. But then, July 2016, an accident forced me to buy a couch over night (short version).
And so it happened. I had one delivered two days later, and I loved it dearly.
However, it was just my rental couch, to bridge the time till my actual couch was ready.
The delivery time for the actual couch was set to 8-14 weeks, but since I loved the rental couch so much I didn’t care when it was ready and hoped it would arrive later rather than sooner …
Then, the dreaded call came, my actual couch was ready to be picked up. I even called them back to ask how much it would cost me to keep the rental couch too… Well I finally gave it back & let it go. **sigh**
And now, since October 27, 2016, I have my perfect dream couch here, but, well, it’s beautiful to look at, but hardly comfy. **sigh**
It’s a beautiful, flaming red, just the kind of red I love so much, and depending on the light, it always looks differently.
Conclusion: Perfection is an illusion.
Hence, if a couch, I would NEVER order, turns out to be the perfect one for me, I might not know for sure what is “the right thing” for me.