We have a pair of REALLY ugly sofas. They were gifted to us by my mom and we really appreciated them because we pretty much had nowhere to sit. As we started accumulating decor here and there, they started to stick out like eyesores. I purchased our first set of slipcovers during a campaign I did with BHG, but we have since changed the color scheme of our living room. At one point, I drapped over some cheap throws because I couldn’t bring myself to spending $180 on slip covers. Those were replaced with a set of Sure Fits that I had scored from either JCP or Overstock. We used them until they started to rip and get dingy. I was back to square one and stressed the heck out because slip covers ain’t cheap!
Then, I discovered UglySofa.com and I was instantly relieved of my worries. They are a family-owned business (love family owned businesses!) dedicated to ridding the world of Ugly Sofas for a fraction of cost! Their online presence (Facebook & Twitter) is also hip and upbeat, something I tend to gravitate towards. Ugly Sofa had the total package. I added some “Brand X” slipcovers to to my Wishpot because I was for sure going to place an order with them. Before I could place my order, I was actually offered the opportunity to review for them. Funny how things work out, eh?
I chose the honey twill boxpleat slipcovers and they.are.fabulous! They retail for $150, but cost only $30 at Ugly Sofa! Ugly Sofa refers to the brands as Brand “X” because they “X” out the name brand tags in order to prevent returns to the store. Makes sense. That said, the slipcovers that I received were from a high end home decor store and I’ll leave it at that ;-).
Ugly Sofa makes shopping for slipcovers easy and affordable. I will now shop Ugly Sofa whenever I need slipcovers and I hope you will too. You won’t be disappointed :-).
Edited to add: It’s come to my attention that quite a few of you have had some issues with Ugly Sofa. I’m really disappointed to hear that. While this is a promotional post for the brand, I cannot sweep the complaints under the rug. As a consumer, I’d like to know what I’m getting into before making a purchase. I don’t do drama or practice bashing of companies, but comments are open to share your experiences as long as the intent is not malicious.
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