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Chateau D'ax

Posted by drdawg13 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 4, 07 at 23:33

Okay I have seen different threads about it including responses from Mogator88. I am getting mixed feelings about this. I would like to know, will this couch last me for 5+ years, without cracking and breaking down. Will it be able to be used and not look crappy in a few years.

Help me out, you can email me directly at (yes i made the address for this post only)


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RE: Chateau D'ax

Responses should be posted here so everyone can get the benefit of reading them.

In my opinion, and many in the business would agree, C D'ax has not been made the way we'd like to see a sofa made. However, they have sold a lot of sofas over the years in some of the biggest and most respected stores here and in Europe.

Their sofas were made like Natuzzi's. I didn't think Natuzzi was made well but it didn't fall apart either.

My advice? If you keep your sofa longer than you keep your car you've done pretty well. These days we move too often or redecorate too frequently for most people to worry about "how long its going to last". Sorry that's the best advice I can give to this question.

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