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Mid-grade furniture

Posted by ellag (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 29, 13 at 7:49

Hi everyone! I've been lurking the past few weeks in trying to decide the better quality sectionals within my price range. I am a late 20's, soon to be married, woman with a brand new house that needs to be filled. I live in the Midwest and looking for mid-grade furniture to fit my lifestyle and budget. I rounded it down to two and wondering what everyone's input is Klaussner versus Bassett.

I understand they are not the best out there, but I'm open to anything available in that price range as well

These are the two sectionals I've been considering:

http://www.bassettfurniture.com/L-Shaped-Sectional-DZ28668.asp

OR

http://www.sofasandsectionals.com/sectionals/klaussner-stationary-sectionals/klaussner-selection-k50000-sectional


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RE: Mid-grade furniture

Congratulations on your wedding and your new home. O.K., I am old, so please bear with me. Take your time finding furniture. If you like antiques, consider going to some antique auctions. You can also find great quality pieces for a good price, both contemporary and vintage, at estate sales. Think about pieces that will stand the test of time. Or, if your taste changes, will bring a better price when you decide to sell.


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