Let's face it, couches are the absolute worst thing to move, especially if you live in small apartment in the big city.
Dragging that hulking, Ikea-spawned monster up four flights of stairs is not nearly worth the beers and pizza you promised your buddies for helping load the truck. Not a good look, my dudes.
But now there's a new sofa start-up called Burrow that aims to change all that. It's a modular, millennial-friendly sofa that's delivered to your door in multiple Fed Ex boxes, and all you gotta do is dump the parts on the floor and snap them together. No tools required, brah.
Even better, you can break it apart into smaller pieces when it's time to move into a new place.
Check out this sweet video to see how it all goes down:
This isn't some crappy-ass futon, either. The Burrow couch boasts a handsome mid-century modern style, it's covered with chemical-free, stain-resistant upholstery and comes in five living room-ready colors.
The one cushion version is a stylish armchair, the two-seater is a loveseat, while a three and four-seaters are straight-up Netflix and Chill thrones.
Prices top out at $1,150 for the biggest version, and you can return it for a full refund within 100 days.
Arm rests come in high or low, and the reversible cushions give you the option of tufted or smooth finish.
You know, depending on how you're feeling that day.
Burrow is clearly biting the style of the mega-popular Casper mattress that's delivered to your place in a cardboard tube and has become a huge hit with young city dwellers who hate furniture shopping and/or humping large objects up stairs with equal fervor.
After all, you don't wanna end up like Jennifer Aniston and the gang on Friends, do you?