Wednesday, January 7, 2015
I Didn't Bring This Small Vladimir Kagan Microfiber Sofa Home From The Goodwill Saturday, But Obviously I Thought Long And Hard About It. Did I Make A Mistake By Leaving It Behind? Status: Hot Or Not?
I can't seem to find an exact match for this Kagan New York Collection small sofa or sectional part on the web so I can't really figure out if it's worth messing with or not. Anybody out there in readership land have any idea whether this was worth picking up or was leaving it there a better idea?
It wasn't in great shape but was certainly serviceable. There were obvious cat scratches
and some sort of wear mark on the back where I assume it had rubbed against a wall or
something. For a sofa worth a good chunk of change these are not deal breakers...but for
something not worthy of reupholstering...those spell "leave it be". I know that lots of Kagan
pieces (even contemporary pieces) can command very high prices, but without a
comparable I'm just not comfortable dropping $60 and having to find a place to store it.
So what would you have done? Would you have taken a chance on this? I guess what I'm
asking is: Hot or Not?