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Old 05-10-2007, 02:35 AM   #1
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I've just visited the showroom for Focal Wood. Some of these alternatives to what Newmar
offers are really great. I have one question:
One item that really interests me is a computer desk that would fit behind my passenger seat
and along the curbside wall. I'd like to use it in conjunction with one of those "Euro Recliners"
with the separate ottoman. How practical is a chair like this when you want to use the
computer? Does it work very well or do you end up dragging over a chair from the dining
table?
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I've just visited the showroom for Focal Wood. Some of these alternatives to what Newmar
offers are really great. I have one question:
One item that really interests me is a computer desk that would fit behind my passenger seat
and along the curbside wall. I'd like to use it in conjunction with one of those "Euro Recliners"
with the separate ottoman. How practical is a chair like this when you want to use the
computer? Does it work very well or do you end up dragging over a chair from the dining
table?
Thanks
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Old 05-10-2007, 04:45 AM   #3
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Did our entire interior at Focal! Have a chair at the desk now similiar to what you are asking about. Does require moving but not a pain. Dining table flips out with 3 inserts(seating for six)

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Actually a desk recliner with foot rest, swivels,raises, optional foot rollers(works better without)

Another computer center(usable from passenger chair or stool,etc.)/liquor cabinet/extended kitchen counter space
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what is the contact phone number for Focal...I am looking for a corner/computer desk and chair
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Contact Carlyle Lehman at 888 546 1662 or 574 546 1662. Leave message and he will call you back. We designed some of our furniture ourselves providing him with measurements(he can make it about anyway you want it). If you need a solid surface countertop contact Willie at 574 773 3853 or 574 934 2809.
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