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Furniture recommendation similar to this

Posted by rawhit (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 11, 10 at 12:04

Hello All,
my first post here. We are moving to a new apartment in NJ and looking to buy some furniture for the new place.
After looking at many furniture stores we are now thoroughly confused . Looking to spend around $4K for a leather sofa and loveseat that will last us 8-10 years.
We have checked Value City, Ashley, Raymour Flanigan, La-z-boy, Ethan Allen.

Value City and Ashley seem to be budget oriented but not very high quality. We have Ashley bedroom set which started looking worn out just six months a after purchase.

Ethan Allen seems to be good quality but we are looking for something more casual.

We really liked La-z-boy maverick ([url=]Maverick Loveseat - Official La-Z-Boy Website[/url]) collection in brown leather but after checking tons of bad reviews about la-z-boy online we are kinda scared to buy from them.

Would be great of somebody can recommend brands and furniture similar to la-z-boy linked above that will be sturdy and last us a decade or so.


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RE: Furniture recommendation similar to this

You must go for quality furniture over cost effective,as this is a long term investment. and quality speaks by itself.

Went with Palliser

Just wanted to updated this thread. We went with Palliser furniture but with their home-theater line (Palliser Flashback). Configured 3 seats as a sofa and 2 more seats attached with center arm in between.
The seats will arrive around end of march. Will update this thread about how these turns out.

Here is a link that might be useful: Palliser Flashback

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