Comfortable couches are the first step in a diabolical scheme by lizards to devolve humans back into sleepy, belly-bound reptiles. Slither into comfort with today's Groupon: for $99, you get $300 worth of furniture at La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries. Refusing to sit back in cushiony comfort after the success of its world-famous recliner in 1928, La-Z-Boy has grown into a diverse purveyor of quality sofas, chairs, and tables. Recliners such as the Anderson Reclina-Rocker ($539+) riff on the original concept, giving sitters even more compelling reasons to remain in the reliable rocker's pillowy arms. Other living-room accouterments include the Mercantile adjustable end table ($229+) and the sophisticated Elipse rectangle cocktail table ($229+). Ottomans offer a more versatile option for feet propping, such as the elegantly cubed Leo ottoman ($299+), which sports a cushion that flips to become a cocktail table or a surface suitable for dealing especially wild hands of poker with your feet. La-Z-Boy is an environmentally conscientious company, practicing waste and water reduction as well as recycling in its manufacturing process and offering an eco-friendly line of fabrics and furniture. La-Z-Boy also frequently contributes chairs and sofas to help prop up the large, benevolent clown feet sore from philanthropic activities at Ronald McDonald House Charities.
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Within a spacious showroom brimming with stylish-yet-functional furniture, La-Z-Boy’s knowledgeable staffers and design experts work tirelessly to help shoppers select accoutrement suited to their individual tastes. To do so, they harness the in-store Screen Test system, which allows patrons to envision the store's signature recliners and sofas in a full spectrum of fabrics and colors. A fleet of harmonizing furnishings—including tables and ottomans—make any room a home’s most popular one, guaranteeing it a date to the basement’s prom. As an added bonus, a complimentary in-home design service sends a designer to homesteads to create a room layout based on homeowners’ personal style and the flight patterns of resident closet-dwelling monsters.