Here’s my honest Pottery Barn Sofa Review of the PB Comfort Roll Arm Slipcovered Sofa with updates seven years after our initial purchase. I share the pros and cons and how it’s stood the test of time!
When it comes to furnishing your home, it’s hard to beat the quality and style of Pottery Barn. Their classic PB Comfort Roll Arm Slipcovered Sofa has been a popular choice in living rooms for years and with good reason: it’s classic, stylish and comfortable. But how does it stand the test of time? In this blog post, I’m going to take you through my honest Pottery Barn Sofa review, including the pros and cons after seven years of use.
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Pottery Barn Sofa Review: Pros and Cons of the PB Comfort Slipcovered Sofa
Note: The Pottery Barn sofa review is not sponsored, we purchased these sofas on our own.
One of the questions I’m asked most often is my feelings about our light, slipcovered roll arm Pottery Barn Comfort Sofas. We have three models: the standard sofa, the grand sofa, and the grand armchair. I’m updating this post seven years later so that I can answer the question thoughtfully and from the perspective of how well they hold up over time.
Seven years ago, we purchased a Pottery Barn Comfort Slipcovered Sofa during a rare sale on their custom furniture. I had been dreaming of having cottage-inspired white slipcovered sofas for years! A couple of months after I placed the order, the sofas arrived. They were beautiful, clean and fresh, casual but structured. They were incredibly comfortable. The whole room felt lighter.
After years of brown leather that hid almost everything, I was suddenly side-eyeing my goopy children, but I was otherwise elated.
Naturally, even though we’ve always had rules about not eating or drinking in the living room, there were almost immediately spills and stains. I was/am relaxed about it, kids are kids. (Read my philosophy about decorating with kids here!) My priority was that we balance enjoyment with style. I refused to be “that mom” who practically had plastic over her furniture.
After all, it was my choice for our family room, and I knew what I was signing up for. I would just wash the slipcovers, as planned, right?
There were some challenges early on. I’ll get to those, but let’s start this Pottery Barn sofa review with the positives.
- The construction of the sofas and chair themselves is really sturdy and impressive. The frame of our sofas is very solid and, bonus: built in the U.S.A. right in North Carolina.
- The PB Comfort sofas are customizable. You can order slipcovers in many different fabric options.
- Pottery Barn also offer many different sizes for the PB Comfort sofa. They no longer use the “Grand Sofa” term, but offer five options with lengths ranging from 68″ to 102″. The 92″ and 102″ length models offer 40.5″ deep seating versus the 38.5″ depth of the shorter models. You can explore all of the specifications here!
- There are options for slipcover fabrics that are machine washable, which makes it much easier to keep the sofa clean and free of pet hair.
- If you like a more modern or contemporary look, you can also choose a square arm sofa.
- I love that I can change the look of the sofa whenever I want by simply changing the slipcover, and they are fairly easy to replace when needed. I’ll talk about my third-party replacement slipcovers below!
Pottery Barn Comfort Sofas vs. IKEA UPPLAND
I love a good IKEA purchase (see my closet hack here and my apothecary cabinet here!), and I find the UPPLAND to be beautiful and a great value. Although I haven’t owned an UPPLAND, we happen to own two EKTORPs, which were the extremely similar precursor to the UPPLAND. The EKTORP was discontinued a few years ago. We have the EKTORP sofa in our lake house and an EKTORP sectional in our kids’ playroom.
Here are some details about the EKTORP (which may be similar to what you’d find with the UPPLAND):
- The foam of the cushions is actually more substantial than the polyester cushions that originally came with our Pottery Barn sofas in 2016. IKEA sofa cushions are definitely less comfortable right out of the gate, but they held up longer than the original polyester PB Comfort cushions (Note: Pottery Barn has now replaced the polyester cushions with a more durable memory foam).
- The slipcovers hold up extremely well to spills. Especially the dark gray! However, they do stain. Our kids’ charcoal EKTORP ottoman cover has a spot that’s permanently discolored from a spilled drink.
- Honestly, you really just can’t beat the price of the UPPLAND at $799.
Pottery Barn Comfort sofas, on the other hand, are more expensive at around $2000. However, the quality and craftsmanship of the Comfort sofa is top-notch and will stand up to the test of time. The Comfort sofas come in a variety of colors and fabrics, and are very customizable. The UPPLAND only comes in a few colors, and the fabric isn’t as durable. Both sofas have a classic look, but the Comfort sofas are more luxurious and timeless. If you’re looking for a sofa that will last for years to come, then the Pottery Barn Comfort sofas are the way to go.
Why the Pottery Barn Sofa?
It was the dimensions of our previous family room that decided us on the PB Comfort sofa. Our room was very long and narrow with cathedral ceilings, and we knew we needed a large sofa to look proportional in the space. True to its name, the PB Grand Comfort Sofa was both longer and deeper than average sofas we looked at in 2016. We also liked the oversized dimensions of the PB Comfort Grand Armchair. It filled up the corner perfectly!
I know that there are other options out there, and we did explore those (both local and national). The prices were generally comparable, but we were unsure of the quality. Ultimately, I decided I wanted to go with the PB Comfort because I love Pottery Barn, have purchased other big-ticket items from there (with positive interactions with customer service when needed) and it was the one that had always caught my eye.
Why the PB Comfort Sofa over the PB Basic?
While they’re similar, I liked the option of having two cushions versus having three like the PB Basic. I also liked the longer sofa options for the PB Comfort.
If you’re looking for a bench cushion option, the York Roll Arm slipcovered sofa has a very similar look to the PB Comfort but with a bench cushion!
PB Comfort Sofa Dimensions
Our Pottery Barn Sofa specifications are no longer applicable since they’ve changed the models since 2016, but our sofas are most comparable to the 92″ option (previously the “Grand”) and 82″ (previously the standard model). We also have what they now call the Comfort Chair-and-a-Half and Ottoman-and-a-Half.
Can the PB Comfort Sofa Slipcovers be Machine Washed?
In general, yes. By following the care instructions included when you purchase the sofa, you should be able to wash the slipcovers at home in your washing machine (with cold water) and then lay them out to mostly air dry before putting them back on your sofa slightly damp.
I spot treat my slipcovers between washings with my portable upholstery cleaner. You can read here about how I care for my slipcovers and keep them looking neat and wrinkle-free!
However, I do also want to share the stories below in the effort to keep this Pottery Barn Sofa Review fair.
My Pottery Barn Slipcovered Sofa Story
Shortly after our big purchase in 2016, I washed the slipcovers for the first time, meticulously following the care instructions provided by Pottery Barn. I used cold water and gentle detergent. My machine didn’t have an agitator.
I laid the slipcovers out to air dry and brought them to the sofa to put on while they were still slightly damp. I thought I was going above and beyond the care instructions with the air drying since the care instructions actually said they could be put in the dryer on “tumble”. That seemed way too scary to me.
As I attempted to muscle the damp slipcovers onto the sofa, It was immediately apparent that something went horribly wrong. The first thing that came to mind was Chris Farley in Tommy Boy… my sofa was a Fat Guy in a Little Coat. I repeated the same process with the second sofa, this time with the added bonus of inexplicable splotchy discoloration… even though it had been washed the same exact way. It wasn’t quite as tight, but my second sofa suddenly looked like it was wearing high-waters.
After some frustrated tears from me and a round of “I told you so” from Mack, I was on the phone with Pottery Barn customer service. I see a lot of angry comments, but I have personally always found their customer service responsive and professional. They were quick to make everything right on both sofas. They asked for me to email photos and after they reviewed them we were sent replacements expediently and without issue.
The replacement slipcover Pottery Barn sent for the Grand Sofa arrived just a bit oversized. With that factor, I felt confident enough to wash it in cold water and lay it out to dry the first month after it arrived. Over the years, I was able to wash it many times without issue.
The other replacement slipcover Pottery Barn sent seemed to be made from a slightly different fabric — I could tell the difference, but most people couldn’t. Although they were both brushed canvas, I’m guessing they changed suppliers between the two replacement covers they sent. We purchased the Grand Armchair (now called the Chair-and-a-Half and Ottoman a little later than the sofas, and they were made from the exact same fabric as the second replacement slipcover.
All of those items were very tailored. I held off for as long as possible on machine washing the slipcovers, but ultimately I worked up the nerve and it turned out fine.
While there was some trial-and-error as I figured out the maintenance on keeping my white slipcovers clean, once we had all of the replacement slipcovers, I was able to wash them without issue for many years. My slipcovers never shrunk like that frustrating first time.
Refilling My Pottery Barn Polyester Sofa Back Cushions
Pottery Barn no longer offers the polyester-filled back cushions like the ones that came with my sofa, and I believe that’s for a good reason. They’ve wisely replaced this option with memory foam. I wanted to keep this section in here regardless, in case someone with an older PB sofa is looking for a solution to fix ruined cushions!
Picture the filling that’s in dog toys — that’s what the back sofa cushions were stuffed with. After years of normal use, they were flattened from the top, the back slipcovers sagged, and they looked terrible.
I decided to do surgery. I took a seam ripper to the cushion inserts. The polyester batting had been smooshed into a compressed mat. I tried to pull it apart as much as possible and “fluff” it, and I also bought higher-quality replacement filling and overstuffed the back cushions. Then I sewed them back up. They looked even better than they started! Several years later, they’re still doing great.
In the effort of being fair, I want to point out that two of the three major “Cons” on this list have been corrected by Pottery Barn since, and they aren’t issues that you’re likely to face if you purchase the sofa today. However, this was my experience!
Slipcovered Sofas vs. Upholstered Sofas
Pottery Barn offers an extensive selection of both slipcovered and upholstered sofas. Both types of sofas offer a luxurious look, but each has its own unique attributes.
Slipcovered sofas are great for those who want a low-maintenance option that is easy to clean. They also come in a variety of fabrics and colors, making them a great choice for those who want to add a splash of color to their living room.
Upholstered sofas, on the other hand, offer a more traditional look that is perfect for a more formal setting. Upholstered sofas also provide a more tailored look and feel, and are typically more durable than slipcovered sofas. Both options are great for those looking for a comfortable and stylish seating solution for their home.
Replacement Slipcovers are a great way to refresh the look of your existing sofa without investing in a new piece of furniture. The slipcovers come in a variety of fabrics and colors so you can find the perfect one to match your style. They are easy to install and fit snugly over the existing Pottery Barn sofa for a professional-looking finish. The slipcovers are also made of a durable fabric that is easy to clean and maintain. Overall, replacement slipcovers provide an affordable and stylish solution for updating your sofa with a fresh and new look.
Just over two years ago I purchased replacement slipcovers from Comfort Works. I had already purchased some of their slipcovers for the sofas at our lake cabin years earlier, and that was the ultimate test in durability. They had held up to all of the sand, water, and even wet dogs.
I knew that I was looking to change up the style of our sofas to provide some contrast in our family room makeover, so I went with Comfort Works Textured Weave Charcoal fabric. The replacement covers fit great and it made the sofas feel like new!
Pottery Barn now also offers replacement slipcovers. Make sure to check the specifications, especially since dimensions have changed since the older models like mine!
Do you recommend the PB Comfort Sofa?
Yes. I recommend the PB Comfort Sofa because they worked with me early on to replace the defective slipcovers. Also, It also appears that the company has made note of the things I (and others, according to the comments!) struggled with, and has made changes to their materials accordingly. They now have an option for memory foam cushions instead of the easily-flattened polyester, an improved slipcover design, and an extensive array of fabrics for customizing your sofa.
Was the PB Comfort Sofa worth the investment?
Yes. Overall, the bones of this sofa have stood the test of time for us, which meant that any necessary additional investment that we made in the sofa was minimal (replacement batting for the back cushions). For having them for over seven years and the fact that they still look great, I’d say the investment has been a good one! I chose to replace the slipcovers most recently for style reasons, so I won’t count that against them.
Would you purchase a PB sofa again today?
Yes. However, if I was buying a Pottery Barn sofa today, I would choose a Crypton fabric, which at Pottery Barn is called “Everydaylinen”. Sunbrella can also be a great option, but having experienced Crypton in person, I know that it’s much softer, more comfortable, and very durable.
Now that my children are older, I would likely choose an upholstered sofa instead of a slipcover, especially when paired with easily-cleaned Crypton Fabric and my upholstery cleaner. However, since our current Pottery Barn sofas are still in such good shape, I know we’ll have them for many years to come!
This Pottery Barn sofa has been a great addition to our home. The construction and longevity have been excellent, and the style is classic and timeless. The comfort and flexibility have been really satisfying over the years. Based on my experience, I would highly recommend this sofa and I would purchase it again today. I hope this Pottery Barn sofa review was helpful in deciding if the PB Comfort is the right piece of furniture for your home!
So helpful. Thanks to all who posted! Just wondering if anyone has an opinion on memory foam vs down wrapped cushions? I see memory foam is cheaper. I am a nurse practitioner and have a bad lower back from using my back for so many years. Of course I wish for my family and I to have comfort yet I also need better support. These are my dream sofa and oversized chair and I just do not want to make a mistake. Also would you recommended picking same fabrics for sofa and chair or doing a different color for the chair? And does anyone know of any sales soon? Thanks so much in advance! I look forward to your responses!
~Jenn G. :)
Thanks for the detailed review! We bought a Buchanan PB curved sectional in 2011 & had it for 7 years before passing along to son & family for their bonus room. I loved the upholstery (brushed canvas) and could remove cushion covers to wash and air dry. Went through grandbabies and pets and still looked fine. The back cushions were horrible, though, and never looked good after the first few months. I’m glad to hear PB has improved the fill on those, since I plan to get the smaller two upholstered PB Comfort Roll Arm sofas in Performance Twill later this year. (The original sectional is finally wearing out after hard use by our son’s family and multiple dogs!)
I am so glad you had luck with your replacement slip covers. They would not replace mine that shrunk so bad there was no way we would get them back on the sofa. The cushion slip covers fit. It’s just the one that would fit the actual frame. I tried in vain and contacted many different areas of P B, and no one would replace them. Very disappointed.!!!!
Oh no, that is disappointing! :(
Loved your review. I bought a PB comfort sofa and chair over ten years ago and loved them. Problem was we downsized into a very small home with a super small living room and the furniture would just not work out in there! I gave the furniture to my daughter who has now given it to my granddaughter, who just moved into her own place. I am happy they have both gotten use out of them. However,…I have tried three different sofas in our home and am not satisfied with any of them so am looking at the PB comfort sofa. Again. I have finally figured out the ideal arrangement in our living room so it will work. Bottom line is I will not give good furniture away again without really taking some time to think it through. Thank you for your review as it is helping me in my decision.
Postscript: I did buy the PB Roll Arm Comfort Sofa and it is perfect in my living room! Who knew after all these years my first PB Comfort Sofa would have worked just fine. Oh well. I do appreciate the new memory foam filled cushions vs the old polyester filled ones. The sofa and cushions are holding up just fine after several months. The new style slipcover has zippers on the back in each corner and should make for a much easier time of putting them back on after washing. I have not yet washed my white twill covers. Just to add, the zippers are so smartly small and tucked away that I didn’t even know they were there until I had had the sofa a couple of months. I hope my slipcover doesn’t shrink to terribly much. I will plan to iron (steam iron?) after I wash it as I want to retain the crisp beautiful look it has now. I am so happy to have this sofa again and look forward to years of enjoyment.
This happened to me this week with my brand new PB couch! We did get the performance fabric and it came out of the washer mottled in color. I have a cream twill cover.
Thank you for this honest review and for sharing your insight! I just ordered my first pottery barn sofa and chose The PB Comfort. I just love your throw pillows. They look fantastic. Such a beachy feeling.: ) Do you have a resource for them?Many Blessings!
I have had the PB sectional for seven years, and every time I look at it I think what a waste of money.
First of all, it’s a royal pain to keep the sections together. You have to do it blind, basically, unless they have improved the system since i bought the sofa in 2012.
Second, the slipcovers don’t stay in place, the seat cushions have not held up and now you can feel the frame under your thighs, and the back cushions have gotten all misshapen. If you like shabby chic, with the emphasis on shabby, this is the sofa for you. We recently gave away a sofa I purchased in 1998 from a company that has gone out of business, and that sofa stood the test of time. It was also slip-covered and the slipcovers never got baggy or wrinkled or shrunken, like the PB ones. I will never buy from PB again.
Third, the throw pillows I bought from PB to go with the sofa? They ended up looking worn and cheap after about a year.
No more PB for me.
Awesome review! I noticed you mentioned you had an Arhaus sofa in the past. I am trying to decided between the two manufactures. I was wondering, which did you prefer Arhaus or PB and why?
Hi, Anna! I have a nursery rocking chair from Arhaus, not a sofa. So I can’t really speak to the quality of their sofas! I do love the rocking chair, but I’m not sure what may have changed in the past decade.
I just happened upon your review because we’ve had the PB Comfort Grand sofa for 7 years now. I’ve washed our slip covers numerous times (I believe they are also brushed canvas) and I’ve never had a problem with them. I just wash them and hang them up to dry. I don’t even put them on damp. But, I HAVE had an issue with the frame as ours is broken. I was able to reinforce it and it’s OK for now, but I hesitate buying one again even though I LOVE the look and the slipcovers work well for us. Wondering if it was just a user issue because it broke where my husband sits. LOL
Hey, Laura! I’m so glad that you haven’t had the slipcover woes. I think it must have been a bad batch with the first round because it’s been the same for me with the newer ones. That’s so strange that the frame broke! I catch my boys doing running leaps onto them all of the time and so far, so good. But we got them the IKEA sofa for the basement, just in case- haha!
You are not alone. Our sofa frame also broke after just a couple of years. Very disappointing!
Oh no! That is disappointing. It seems like a mixed bag when it comes to experiences. Thanks for sharing yours. That’s why I think reviews like this are helpful!
Oh, oh. I’m getting a little worried! I have a Grand Comfort chair with a natural brushed canvas slipcover. I can’t remember exactly when I got it, but it’s been a few years. Maybe 4? Anyway…I’ve washed the slipcover several times, and it has turned out great! The chair is polyester. It does need “fluffing” often, but I love the look!
Fast forward…I just ordered two Pottery Barn slipcover couches in brushed canvas stone. I got the memory foam…partially because it was less expensive, and partially because I thought it may be less slouchy and more firm. Now I’m worried that it won’t hold up as well as the polyester. Also, I specifically didn’t get performance fabric, so I could wash the slipcover. Now I’m a bit worried that I’ll have a mess in my hands! Should I be? Do you know Pottery Barn’s guarantee for the slipcovers?
Hi, Pam! I’m really not sure, as I’m not affiliated with Pottery Barn in any way. My sofas are a few years old now, so I can’t speak of their newest materials, unfortunately. I also don’t have the memory foam (I believe that’s a newer addition!). I think the best course for you would be to contact Pottery Barn’s customer service and ask. They are very responsive!
Hi,great review. I’ve always wanted a slipcovered couch. You answered so many questions I had. Thanks again. Your awesome!!!
Can you tell me if yours is the memory foam? I have a sectional I LOVE but just ordered 2 chairs and a couch and had a freiend say how dissapointed she was with hers she got a couple years ago.
We have the polyester!
Do you (or any of your readers) know if its possible to put slipcovers over the PB upholstery sofas? B-I-L’s family is moving and we’re thinking about buying their upholstery version of this sofa. But like you, I like the idea of the washable slipcover. I don’t suppose we can buy a slipcover and put it over the upholstery?
Hi! I haven’t ever done this specifically, but we ordered slipcovers from ComfortWorks that we’ve been very happy with, and I know they will do custom.
No, You can’t, I asked the same question at the store, The upholstered version already has a cover making the dimension bigger. The material with which the slipcovered sofa is made it’s slippery to help when putting the slipcovers on. Maybe if you removed the upholstered covers, It’s possible, but it’s an expensive chance to take if it doesn’t fit.
I bought my on comfort in 2007 in washed linen. Its is a cream color and I love it. I have two small dogs and they normally only lay on the ottoman which I have a rectangular faux sheep skin on it to protect ottoman. I have washed cushions more often than the body and they still look amazing. The chair cover is showing a little wear on piping but nothing anyone else would notice. I am extremely happy with this sofa chair and ottoman purchase. I would never own any other sofa. 11 yrs later it still has not lost any shape. I bought another set of covers on sale but haven’t used them yet. The only thing I could complain about is the ridiculous cost of the replacement covers. I got them 30% off and they were 1600 for sofa chair and ottoman. That’s outrageous but I was afraid they would discontinue the covers or style and i wouldn’t be able to get new covers for my on comfort. I am sure I will get another 10 yrs since its not losing shape at all. I do know the performance linen gets balls on it if you don’t get 100% cotton linen. My daughter got cotton blend so it didn’t wrinkle but it did not hold up. Oh yeah. Be prepared to iron skirt after washing if you want linen covers.
Last year I purchased new slipcovers for our PB sofa and immediately noticed that they fit loosely. I assumed that this was to allow for shrinkage which I also had experienced with the original covers.
After washing the cushion covers, I opened the washer to find they had unraveled and were tangled in large balls of string.
Immediately I called Pottery Barn and after emailing photos and a description they sent me a new one. I was impressed with the customer service. Months later I washed the replacements and they did the same exact thing. They do not surge the seams along the zippers and therefore they unravel. Obviously they have switched manufacturers since 2011 when I purchased the sofa.
After many calls to Pottery Barn I was told not to buy the cotton slipcovers again because they would do the same thing. I was also told not to buy linen either. I asked what fabric won’t unravel and I was told to visit my local store where they could help me.
If they know they have a problem why are they not fixing it? I am so disappointed since I wanted a washable light fabric. Quite honestly I do not think there will be much to choose.
This experience has changed my impression of Pottery Barn. I no longer want to purchase anything from their store since they do not care that they are selling expensive items of very poor quality.
I own this sofa. It is my first pottery barn sofa. I am AMAZED at the poor quality!! Yes you heard me. After one short year, all comfort is if not gone, at least very diminished. I bought white denim, and was told how easy it was to clean and to get spots out…..LOL… Such a disappointment.
I’m sorry to hear you had such a bad experience, Mary! Ours is still very comfortable, at least, but it’s unfortunate to hear about another fabric choice that doesn’t clean very easily.
I have this exact couch from Pottery Barn. I love it! I wash my slipcovers often and while they are a pain to get back on they always look beautiful. I use Clorox 2 for any stain removal- even hair color one time- and stains always come out. I would buy this couch again but I think I would go with white! It is so easy to clean.
So glad you’ve had such great luck with it, Robyn!
Thanks for this review. I rely heavily on reviews when I make purchases of items I expect to keep a long time. I think your family room looks very light and airy although you said it doesn’t have much natural light, so your chooses must be working well for catching light.
Thank you so much, Rhonda! I think my photography makes it look brighter than it is :)
You mentioned the back cushions what about the seat cushions do they hold up or do they flatten. Thanks for the review
The seat cushions are still awesome!
I normally do not respond to reviews but in this case, I changed my mind. We have had our PB slipcovers for 6 years and they are used every day. We live in Florida by the water and wanted a casual but chic look.
We also have the cream/white. First washing my thought was “oh crap, what have I done”!
But, I ironed the skirt. Great! Neat again. My husband helped to pull and tug to get the Velcro strips to line up and get the original shape back.
I wash in cold water, dry on delicate and put on while slightly damp. Steaming or ironing the skirt makes a world of difference. Steaming other wrinkled areas gives a fresh look again. I have also started spot cleaning with Dawn (original) on a wet white cloth and most spots come right off i.e. arms where they are used to get out of seats. Just yesterday we noticed a spot that would not respond to spot cleaning. Removed the cushion cover, rubbed on some Dawn, let set a few minutes, into the washer on cold, damp dry on delicate, looks good as new. I have learned to not overload washer so items have space to move around. Also, removing asap from washer and dryer helps to keep wrinkles at a minimum. Hope this helps.
This is awesome advice, Doris! Thank you so much.
Thank you for a great overview of the Pottery Barn Comfort Grand sofa. I have wanted the Pottery Barn Comfort Grand for years but seeing some horrible reviews has stopped me. I am wondering with all the (in general) materials shortages the last couple of years if PB would even be using the same supplier as over five years ago when you purchased yours?
I like the brushed canvas cream as that actually looks like a warm white and I don’t want a stark snow white as I think that’s too much. I am wondering though when you say if you were to order again you would get the “inside/outside” fabric as I don’t see that in PB’s fabric swatches?
Karin, they probably use different suppliers at this point! I know that at least the cushions have changed. They now call the fabric I mentioned “Performance”, and there are a lot more options. This post is overdue for an update. :)
Great review here, and seems like maddening results with washing those slip overs. I had arhaus sofa and large swivel chair and after a couple years I didn’t like the tweedy fabric anymore (seemed a little scratchy). I bought white duck cloth slip overs from arhaus And they are fabulous. I throw them in washing machine and in dryer (otherwise they wrinkle like crazy). I envision having those for a long long time. When it comes to furniture I am a firm believer spend the money on seating. You won’t regret it in the long run.