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anyone like this? how does it compare to other brands?
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When I was in the market for a new sectional, I gave a cousin a call who happened to be in the furniture business; he told me specifically, that Natuzzi was about the best you could buy. From materials, construction and design. Problem is, they are notorious for poor communication from the factory, often shipping wrong items and taking forever to set things straight.

If you avoid the special order route, and happen to see something you like on hand, you'll be lucky. I'm still kicking myself for not jumping on a nice recliner I saw on sale ( Natuzzi hardly ever goes on sale) a while back. Their stuff is comfortable, well built and will outlast most others.
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there were some i liked in a really big piece like a 5 seater but only needed something like a 2. they said it was a 5 month wait. i could definitely wait but there are some nice pieces on hand as well. thanks for the tip.
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Originally Posted by Chips View Post
Natuzzi was about the best you could buy. From materials, construction and design. Problem is, they are notorious for poor communication from the factory, often shipping wrong items and taking forever to set things straight.

lol. in other words, they are an italian company.



my folks have a natuzzi set that is absolutely great-looking, wonderful leather, and about the most beautiful sofa set i have ever seen. but I have not seen much of their recent stuff I would relish owning. i can say that their set though is extremely high quality and has lasted a very long time, with regular use, with aplomb.
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are the sofas the only thing you would get from natuzzi? their wooden coffee tables cannot get wet i hear so i was looking at glass/ mirrored ones.
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Originally Posted by Chips View Post
When I was in the market for a new sectional, I gave a cousin a call who happened to be in the furniture business; he told me specifically, that Natuzzi was about the best you could buy. From materials, construction and design. Problem is, they are notorious for poor communication from the factory, often shipping wrong items and taking forever to set things straight.

If you avoid the special order route, and happen to see something you like on hand, you'll be lucky. I'm still kicking myself for not jumping on a nice recliner I saw on sale ( Natuzzi hardly ever goes on sale) a while back. Their stuff is comfortable, well built and will outlast most others.

That about sums it up.
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