our old sofa has just about had it. after a measly 5 years <just> some of the springs went after about 2 years, it's got progressively worse!
so, no more cheap harveys/dfs furniture for me. i need a decent really well built hardwearing sofa. i like the look of some of the habitat ones, and a couple of friends have said they'd recommend them but also saw the multiyork site and wondered if anyone had used them and if they are good?
please don't say ikea.i am not ever, never buying anything from them again.
Multiyork are pretty good but pricey. My mum got her sofa from there.
We got a smart sofa for our front room from this lot - good customer service, and they accidentally sent us the wrong cushion covers, they sent out the right ones special delivery and let us keep the wrong ones (worth about £200) because it was their mistake.
We got a cheaper sofa for our back room (sort of playroom/den) from the now defunct Sofa Workshop (went bust last year). There doesn't seem to be an alternative to them, which is a shame - they were great.
Habitat - not a fan. Uncomfortable and over-priced.
Worth looking at John Lewis, Fenwicks and M&S - especially in their sales.
yeah, lots of cleaning though? maybe i need 2 sets of covers? it seems like however much i try and stop the kids eating stuff on the sofa they still manage to. or spill drinks. we have a lounge/diner so hard to keep things separate sometimes (ie, when i am knackered and can't be bothered to stop them lol)