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help asap - sectional with nail heads

Posted by dorry2 (My Page) on
Wed, May 16, 12 at 17:52

I am in the process of ordering a sectional sofa and I have the options to use nailheads. I have a Hancock and Moore Austin Highback Leather chair with nailheads....would this be overkill to use the same treatment on a sectional???? The two pieces will be in the same room, same side of the room. I have chosen a track arm, block legs and box border loose back cushions. Thanks...I told the sales rep I will let her know by tomorrow. I have stalled enough with getting this order in Please respond!


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RE: help asap - sectional with nail heads

How big is the room? How close will the two pieces be to each other?


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RE: help asap - sectional with nail heads

The room is 15 by 23, buton the 23 end, there is a hallway, so living area is 15 by about 18. The sectional and chair will have about five feet between them. Here is the space. The sectional will replace the sofa and loveseat. The leather chair will stay in that location.

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RE: help asap - sectional with nail heads

The sofa will be fabric, correct? Personally, I'd forgo nailheads on the sofa.


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