Last year, when we knew we were moving, we realized the sofa system we had in our living room was too big for the space in our new house.
So, we went to our favorite local thrift store and picked up a couch.
And it was a steal.
We have a theory. Because of the pandemic people were stuck at home with little to do. Many of those people cleaned out their houses and donated tons of stuff to the thrift store, which meant the thrift store had to move the merchandise quickly. We picked up the couch for $25.
This piece of furniture is made by Flexsteel. It's half of a sectional that--when new--retails around $2800. Unbelievable. But, it was at a thrift store so I guess the value is now $25.
We need to get rid of the couch. We have a new one being delivered this Thursday so the temporary seating arrangement needs to go. If you would like this fine half-of-a-sectional in your own house, just hop in your truck and drive to almost Idaho. It's yours. Just let us know.
We're pretty sure we'll be returning the couch to the thrift store from whence it came. That might be for the best anyway. Someone else who needs it will pick it up.