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Furniture Quality-Please Help

Posted by nicolelynn1228 (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 8, 08 at 9:40

Hi. I am shopping for a new sectional. I am currently considering ones made by Bernhardt, Rowe, Hunting House, and Lane. Has anyone had experience with any of these brands? I like slipcovered sectionals or slipcovered look. I appreciate any suggestions.

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RE: Furniture Quality-Please Help

I usually never do this but IMHO;
1. Huntington House (I think you mean this company)
2. Bernhardt (if Martha Stewart)
3. Lane and Rowe (a toss-up)

RE: Furniture Quality-Please Help

Avoid Lane. Junk.

RE: Furniture Quality-Please Help

go to lane furniture consumer complaints, you'll see.

RE: Furniture Quality-Please Help

I have a lane sectional that has no problems. It has 2 recliners and a bed. Had it for 15 years.

RE: Furniture Quality-Please Help

We have a Lane recliner that was passed to son then to brotherin law. It is 22 years old & is still comfortable & solid! The stuff now doesnt look good--but this old recliner is awsome.

RE: Furniture Quality-Please Help

Debbi and dd50- a lot can happen (and probably has) to a company and its quality over the years. I think your Lane and the current day Lanes are pretty different.

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