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jc penney sectional

Posted by beachy05 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 15, 10 at 10:43

We are considering puchasing a sectional for our new lake cottage (actually old house but new to us!). We have been working all winter painting & rehabbing & now we are finally at this stage. We were thinking of the Friday Linden collection & tried it out int eh store & liked it but now we also see a new one on-line called 'Olivia" -its half the price which would be nice. This is not in the stores. although it's so much less, we don't want to buy junk either. any experience out there with Olivia?

Also, has anyone ever bought the light colored slip covers , like stone, natual or off white -that Pottery Barn look? Maybe I'd be crazy to consider with kids, dogs & the desire for a very casual cottage. I LOVE how these look though. Second & third choice was butter color or denim. Opinions?

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