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Interior Define Creates Classic Couches with The Everygirl

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Last month Interior define collaborated with Stock Mfg Co. on pillows for only the manliest of couches. This week Interior Define released their latest collaboration, couches designed with local lifestyle The Everygirl. With home decor becoming an increasingly a major facet of lifestyle sites and bloggers (hey Pintrest), this collaboration makes perfect sense.

Designed by The Everygirl co-founders Alaina Kaczmarski and Danielle Moss, the couches are what you would expect: comfortable, classic and affordable. They describe their perfect couch as, "One you want to curl up on — with your pet, your significant other, or a good book. It should be large enough to lie on or seat three people without being too bulky or oversized. It should also easily mix with different styles."

The collaboration features two neutral linen couches, Rose and Lucy, priced at $1,300 and $1,100 respectively including delivery anywhere in the continental US. Pricing is introductory, so if you're in the market for a couch, shop now before October 29th. After that, the prices will be $1250 and $1500.
· The Everygirl Collaboration [Interior Define]
· The Everygirl's New Product Line is Full of Inspiration [Racked Chicago]