When we went shopping for sofa's I knew I needed something that was to be kid proof. But I kept falling in love with fabric sofa's that were not kid friendly. The first set I fell in love with was white (I know I'm an idiot) but it was beautiful and my taste and even below our budget (there is no picture because they were discontinued, so just imagine in your mind the most beautiful white couch in the world). The second sofa I fell in love with was this one below it came in three different colors this "spice" color, a "chocolate" and a "sage" one. They were simple, with clean lines, and with in our budget. I wanted them so bad... so bad.
Then Collin reminded me of this.
So we went with the responsible decision.
We got the sofa pictured above with a matching chair. They are okay I just don't like how over sized the arms are. The couch is long enough that Collin can lay down on it and not have to bend his knees, which was one of our requirements. It's really comfortable and seems to be built sturdy.
The main advantage is that Collin and Delilah LOVE them especially the chair. Delilah Loves to climb all over it and she has claimed what was Collin's chair for herself.
I wasn't convinced we had made the right decision until the next day when Delilah's sippie broke opened spilling red crystal light all over it, and I just wiped it off. Then a few minutes later I sat down and realized there was a sticky hand print on the arm of the chair, which also wiped up easily. Delilah climbs all over these things all day long and who knows what's on her hands. If we had of gone with my decision they already would have been ruined, can you imagine if I had
brought home the white set. I'm happy we went with the leather (well leather/polyurethane).
One day I'll have a white couch, but that day isn't today, and it probably isn't soon.