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Quality Sectionals?

Posted by LetitiaM (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 3, 13 at 13:08

I have been reading the forum but did not see any current threads on this topic. My Lane reclining sofa has one broken recliner and hubby wants a new sofa. The Lane has held up really well after 13 years and 5 kids. The cushions are firm, the backs are great, hate to see it go. The daily usage will now be Hubby and me and two adult children. Gaming, movie watching, my on my laptop (like now). We also do a lot of entertaining.

I will be looking at Lane again, but now they have no more stores you have to go to an authorized dealer.

I am looking at spending $2-3 thousand. 119-128 length. The brands I am looking at besides Lane are Robert Michael and Lazy Boy. It does not need to be a recliner. I am looking for feedback on these brands of sectionals or other suggestions. Thank you so much! I am so afraid of buying a piece of crap and having regrets.


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RE: Quality Sectionals?

The furniture at Crate & Barrel seems like good quality, but the styles are mostly contemporary. I've had a C&B sofa for about three months, and I'm very happy with it, so far. Hopefully, it will last for at least five years.

Bassett is probably a safe bet, but a little pricey. Their sectionals start at about $2500, but if you can wait for a sale, you may save a few hundred dollars.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bassett Furniture


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