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Huntington House, Fairfield Chair, Greene Brothers, Lexington Hom

Posted by Lalafish (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 1, 11 at 4:43

I am looking to purchase some upholstered furniture (long sofa, love seat, chair and storage ottoman). I prefer fabric over leather.

I've been doing some research, trying to find a good quality product that will endure the fun of two small children and a husband who naps on the sofa.

I'm not an expert, but have been learning about 8 way hand tied, using 5/4 kiln dried wood etc and want this type of quality as a minimum, but don't have enough experience to distinguish between the brands that advertise this level of quality on their websties.

So far I am fairly settled on Huntington House who advertises that they sand their frames etc. Are they the best out there that is somewhat affordable (i.e. a level below EJ Victor)?

Can anyone help me with ranking or distinguishing between the level of quality of the following 4 brands: Huntington House, Fairfield Chair, Greene Brothers, and Lexington Home Brands?

Is there another high quality brand you recommend over these?

Thank you for any input!

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RE: Huntington House, Fairfield Chair, Greene Brothers, Lexington

bump...please see my other reply regarding GW Terms of Service..............

RE: OOPs....Huntington House, Fairfield Chair, Greene Brothers, L sorry...I 'thought' I was posting to that new spammers threads...again...sorry.

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