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Help with white leather sectional pictured here

Posted by paisleylover (My Page) on
Wed, May 11, 11 at 18:31

I just bought a new home and I want to dress up the living room in a white leather sectional. I prefer leather because I have found it easier to maintain than fabric.
I am shooting for this look:

I am interested in the white sectional and the rug, but I dont know where to find them.
Please help with suggestions and recommendations - I am depending on your help. Here is what my living room looks like (all furniture belongs to previous owner):


I want to place the white sectional where the seller had his black sectional.


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RE: Help with white leather sectional pictured here

Please, anyone ??

RE: Help with white leather sectional pictured here

I posted about my furniture on the other thread where you asked the same question...

RE: Help with white leather sectional pictured here

You might try posting this over on the Decorating side. Furniture doesn't get much traffic.

RE: Help with white leather sectional pictured here

Akansha, I got your email as well, and you seem anxious to know the makers of my furnishings. I have posted days ago on the Home decorating forum where you asked me the same question. I am wondering since you didn't respond if you got it?

RE: Help with white leather sectional pictured here

Check out W. Schillig or Natuzzi. I've seen similar looks on their sites. Our LR sectional is a black leather Schillig (after some initial issues, long since resolved, no complaints). It was on display in a number of stores in white leather (almost tempted us to go with white instead of black!).

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