What’s Your Sofa Made of?

The New York Times flips the script this morning in an article that analyzes the couch. What does that mean? Basically, it means they ripped apart an $11,000 sofa and a $999 sofa to see the difference. So? Turns out there are differences. Cheaper models tend to be made with stapled-together plywood while higher-end models use hardwoods like ash or maple held together with glue or joints.

SOURCE: New York Times


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