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Distinction Leather sofa

Posted by jmabjp (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 30, 09 at 9:53

Does anyone have any first hand knowledge or experience concerning the quality of Distinction Leather furniture? From the Distinciton Leather web site I know it is made in North Carolina and it 8 way hand tied. I have tried local retail furniture dealers but no one seems to carry this line of furniture. Thanks!


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RE: Distinction Leather sofa

I;m sitting on my 15 year old disnticion sofa right now. It's still very comfortable. The sofa we have have has springs in the cushions.

We need a new sofa and have found very little that is as comfortable as the distinction. The only reason we need a new sofa is because fifteen years ago for some unknown reason, I thought navy was a cool color for a sofa.

We bought the sofa from Wellington's on Blowing Rock, NC and they were great.


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RE: Distinction Leather sofa

I can ditto fieldser's comments. We have purchased 2 recliners, a chair and ottoman, and 3 sofas in the past 11 years, all Distinction and all from Wellington's. Everyone is incredibly comfortable and well-made. My SIL, who lives in NC, recently purchased 2 Distinction sofas after doing a ton of research. She even visited the furniture plant.


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RE: Distinction Leather sofa

Swear to goodness, My wonderful Distinction Leather is also 15 years old and navy blue. I loved it so much but my DH said it was time to get something new. We bought a complete family room set from Lazy Boy. My daughter was thrilled to take the Distinction she grew up with. I HATE the new stuff! I am ordering a sofa, loveseat and ottomans from Distinction this week. The lazy boy furniture can go in the basement! I love Distinction!


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