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how to find upholstered furniture with 18-19'Inside seat depth?

Posted by kayla2009 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 1, 09 at 20:30

Hi I am looking for upholstered furniture with an INside seat depth of 18-19 inch seat depth and an 18-19"floor to seat height.-with a back that is 37" or higher (not a loose back or soft back cushion)Been to a number of furniture stores only came up with Country at Home or Friendship(hate their fabric selections most are too rough or patterns colonial country only)-very expensive to use any other fabric that you send to them. Lancer has some furniture to size but only option is to have very hard cushions. Need A poly spring cushion or a foam that is not super soft or too hard. It has been very frustrating trying to find anything that isn't super expensive any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated thank you-Kayla

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RE: how to find upholstered furniture with 18-19'Inside seat dep

Try Masterfield (Friendship's cousin). They have a nice collection of Robert Allen fabrics and smaller scale frames.

Here is a link that might be useful: Masterfield Furniture

RE: how to find upholstered furniture with 18-19'Inside seat dep

I agree, if you don't want a 'slouchy' couch, it is difficult! There is a Michael Thomas frame 8019 that is 20.5 in seat depth. We also liked a Lee Industries frame that is sold by Crate and Barrel as "Briarwood" loveseat/sofa. It is supposed to be 22" in depth, but feels much shorter because the seat height is rather low.

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