Interior Define Couches Review Pt 2

interior define havenly living room

As I’ve delved into interiors and started sharing more here on the blog and our living room has been my real pride and joy.  I picked out these couches right after we moved in; we had freshly painted walls, the old fireplace (see the before & after here), and all I knew was that I wanted navy couches in the room.  They were my starting point and from there, it grew.   You might remember when I stopped into their showroom to pick out the couches (see that post that highlights the process here); these couches were worth the wait.

I’ve received a lot of questions about the material and comfort.  These are the Caitlin couches (87″), single cushion, in the Midnight heavy cloth (not a child/pet friendly fabric, but it’s dark and so far so good).  The couch is much deeper than I anticipated and I can easily curl up and read a book on it.  One thing to note, is that this room isn’t for watching TV and lounging on the couch.  It’s a gathering room and company sits on the couch to chat rather than kick back and watch the big game.  So, yes, they’re comfortable, but they aren’t the kind of couches we’re sinking into while completely horizontal–if you want that kind of couch, go for a comfy Walters sectional. (The Maxwell slipcovered couch was my runner up choice, by the way.)  Also, I’d totally get another Interior Define couch for the house, by the way.  A comfy sectional for the sunroom may be calling my name…(that’s where we watch TV upstairs, but we do most of our lounging in the basement!).

PS Havenly helped me with the design and are a great partner to Interior Define, so incorporating the couches into the design was super simple.

*Thanks to Interior Define for partnering with this post!

interior define havenly living roomrenovated old home living room before after fireplace

7 comments

    • Hi! Unfortunately, I don’t have one. The previous owners left it for us. I looked for a brand and couldn’t find one – my guess is that it’s pretty old. It’s VERY heavy, too 🙂

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