Each Home Reserve feature makes life with new furniture easier. Stains, accidents, and indecision included.
Watch how juice beads up and rolls off our stain, liquid, and odor repellant fabric options.
A patented combination of foam & flex webbing outlasts metal springs, and doesn’t sink.
Find these reviews and more on our customer comments page
After my puppies ate the arms of my old sectional and had an accident right smack dab in the middle... It was time to find a miracle sectional. I don’t know how I stumbled on Home Reserve, but I’m certainly glad I did! - Lori
Looking for a sectional that fit into our unique space has been a challenge until we found Home Reserve! We ordered the trial unit first. My wife is comfort sensitive and she approves! - Craig
Just finished assembling the 5-piece Laney sectional for an area in our basement where our granddaughters can play video games and watch TV with their friends. It looks great and they love it. - Sharon
As a military family, we’ve even moved with our Home Reserve sofa and loveseat multiple times. They break down and reassemble easily without damaging anything! After six years, I ordered new fabric, it was delivered quickly and putting it on was fast and easy! - Hadassah
Home Reserve has become something of a regular on the HGTV television show Mission Organization. They've featured our furniture in four episodes over the last year, including “Firehouse Gets Functional”, “Mess Den Turns Multifunctional” and “Multipurpose Room Makeover.”
In episode 7 (Marc & Chrissy) of this home makover program, Home Reserve armless sectional units help complete a pool house.
In episode 6, (Ryan & Sue) a Monroe sectional in Lapaz Coffee becomes the centerpiece of the family's basement hang-out.
The ABC World News site has included Home Reserve in their "Made In America" list of companies that are operating in the USA. Home Reserve proudly produces quality furniture using materials from domestic suppliers and provides jobs in America.
Also Featured in Publications including: Better Homes & Gardens, Woman's Day, Men’s Edge, and Country Almanac.