The last time I bought a couch, I looked at more than 4000 before finally settling. Then I had to figure out if it would fit through my door.
Like Casper, Burrow ships in boxes, and even vacuum packs its cushions in a similar way. Assembly is tool-free and ridiculously easy. In fact, because the .pdf instruction manual went to the email address of the previous incarnation of our company, I had to assemble mine through intuition.
Burrow is also always ready for tool-free disassembly when you’re ready to move, and modular, so you can add more seats later. Pricing starts at $750 for a two seater, which is very reasonable- pricing on IKEA sofas starts around $400 at the time of this writing.
Burrow isn’t a revolution in terms of materials or aesthetics. It looks great and is deep enough and soft enough to be quite comfortable, but for better or worse, no one is going to know your couch is “disruptive” unless you tell them.
Another thing you’ll find under Burrow’s cushions is a mounting point for a PowerCube (included), which will keep you from having to move the couch when you want to plug in a new lamp or charge your phone. It’s a great feature that would be even better with a flat wall plug. The couch is also high enough off the floor for your robot vacuum to easily navigate under.
If you’re in need of a new couch, Burrow’s easy assembly, stain resistance, USB integration, and pricing make it an easy recommendation, especially if you live in a walk-up or have a small front door.