Finding the Perfect Gray Couch

 

Finding The Perfect Gray Couch | Spunkyrella.comI am in a love/hate relationship with my current living situation. Today, I am kind of over it. Yes, I can walk to work and have everything within walking distance. I won’t lie, that’s nice. The rent is cheap and I like the layout of the flat though it’s only 41 square meters. The flat is located on the ground floor of a 1950s building. It’s quite small, dark and heats up immensely during summer. Not to forget about the crazy upstairs neighbors who moved in after I did…

 

Part of me wants to redo the whole place in terms of painting the walls and getting new furniture and decorating it much differently. No surprise after almost 8 years living here. I am hesitant though, since there might be a chance I am finding my new apartment soon and I think I should rather focus on that right now.

 

Finding the perfect (gray) couch

My current couch is a hand-me-down that can’t be fixed anymore and I have a feeling it won’t make it too long anyways. I believe there are decor staples and furniture – like a bed or a nice couch – that can easily move with me into a new place. That’s why I am browsing the web for THE ultimate gray couch these days.

 

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I love the minimal Scandinavian airy style, as you can see. I am only worried about the practicability. My new couch has to serve as possible guest bed when friends want to stay the night. Still, from my experience the bulkier versions usually don’t come in the kind of gray shade I am looking for. I am talking to you, IKEA! Whenever I feel like I found a worthy candidate in terms of size, style and light gray shade, it’s from overseas and shipping would be more than the couch itself. That’s crazy.

 

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I can’t decide, guys. Should I get a more practical couch even though I don’t love it, or should I wait until I signed a new lease and go for a (pricier) simpler one. Possible overnight guests can sleep on a comfy extra air mattress anyways. Right?

 

 

 

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  1. I love grey sofas, I think they’re super stylish! We have two – one for sitting and relaxing in the home office and a huge big one for chilling and sleepover guests :)

  2. These couches are lovely! Your apartment will look so chic! I can see why you think it might not be comfy for someone to sleep on it, but I think with a bunch of pillows it could be very cozy!
    ~Sara

    1. I think some are just not made for sleeping on but the ones I like best that are still comfy but less bulky are not made to be working as guest bed. I think I´ll keep looking and wait for the new apartment to happen first :)

  3. Pick a couch you LOVE and if that means getting an air mattress, oh well! You’ll be using your couch more than visitors. :)

    1. You´re right. I am not forcing anything. I know what style I want and will keep looking. Thanks xo