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Leather Sofa

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Alter, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. Insight

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    Dead Sea Spa Products Co presents the first complex,specializing selling products of" sea of spa", based on a scientific combination of Dead Sea minerals with natural vitamins, plant extracts and aromatic oils. It works in harmony, creating a dual cosmetic effect and maintaining the optimal balance of your skin.

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    hello..sorry to revive an old thread.

    my parents will be moving into their new home soon, and are in the midst of choosing furniture and other details. i am trying to help them pick quality leather sofas, but i am realising how difficult it is to choose which brands provide good quality to price ...
    restoration hardware? ralph lauren? hancock and moore? costco?..

    tips would be much appreciated!
     
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    I have a King Hickory. Expensive, but amazing quality and American made.
     
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    SkinnyGoomba Senior member

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    Talk them into this one :D

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    Medwed Senior member

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    If you are locked into spending 5-9K buy Sarreid, if you like American proportions in furniture buy Hanckock.
    If price is no object go to professional decorator and he will talk to your parents and offer solutions. The durability mistaken for quality is available in abundance, the real fine craftsmanship and attention to proportions are extremely rare and hard to obtain.
     
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    i think the Chester one from Poltrona Frau accomplishes both of those feats. It would be my choice if I were interested in owning a chesterfield.
     
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    You are probably right , if they like removable cushion seat.
    Perhaps decorator can obtain a healthy discount on PF, no?
    I know Leathecraft and Hanckok drop their catalog, retail price by 50% or more.
     
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    It's possible, but I doubt it would be 50%.
     
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    i agree..
    thank you for the suggestions, but it does appear to be a minefield out there
     

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