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Old 12-01-2012, 04:14 PM   #29
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I guess we'll be stopping into the Brad and Hall showroom next time we're up that away.

Looks like they make what we've been looking for.

Sarah,the lazy boy link above are the chairs I mentioned in the PM.
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Old 12-01-2012, 05:04 PM   #30
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Lambright makes chairs and loveseats for RV's.
You can see a selections at Bradd and Hall . I bought ours from the Lambright factory showroom at a good discount.
Another good choice is a La-Z-Boy Harbor-Town.
Our first chair was a Euro. It was comfortable. But ottoman always seemed to be in the way.
Both of these recliners fit well in the space we have in RV's.
Good luck taking out a sofa. Depending how they were installed. There may not be much left after removal. Ours ended in the weekly trash pickup.
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That is exactly why we ended up with the Harbor-Town. Really wanted the Euro chairs but felt the ottomans would be a pain. We don't have a Brad & Hall store near so went with LazyBoy.

FYI, Attached is a sheet I did on the chair measurements for the shop doing the reno for us so they would know how much to allow on the slide floor extension and to build the little cabinet between the two chairs.
We choose leather on ours but they can be ordered with whatever material you want. The recliner handle orientation can be changed to suit also.
We are very happy with ours. BIG improvement over the old FlexSteel stuff that was like sitting on a plank.
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Old 12-01-2012, 06:29 PM   #31
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Lambright makes chairs and loveseats for RV's.
You can see a selections at Bradd and Hall . I bought ours from the Lambright factory showroom at a good discount.
Another good choice is a La-Z-Boy Harbor-Town.
Our first chair was a Euro. It was comfortable. But ottoman always seemed to be in the way.
Both of these recliners fit well in the space we have in RV's.
Good luck taking out a sofa. Depending how they were installed. There may not be much left after removal. Ours ended in the weekly trash pickup.
I think the FlexSteel will dis-assemble enough to get it out fairly easily. If not, Mr. Chainsaw is standing by. We're probably going with La-Z-Boy stuff, maybe a reclining loveseat like this...

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Old 12-02-2012, 04:04 AM   #32
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I guess we'll be stopping into the Brad and Hall showroom next time we're up that away.

Looks like they make what we've been looking for.

Sarah,the lazy boy link above are the chairs I mentioned in the PM.
Pay a visit to the Lambright store. Just a couple of miles out of Shipshewana. Last time I was there, owner was working the showroom.
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We have taken very careful measurements and find that two La-Z-Boys will fit in our space fine. Our existing sofa is the FlexSteel "extend-a-lounge" and it's pretty big, especially with the extension out....



We will likely have to remove those window trim things (lambriquins??) in consideration of the "distance from wall" measurement. The current sofa is about 5" from the wall to allow for the bed fold-out.
WOW that couch is big. Looking at it you would think that it would be pretty comfy.
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I had to extend the plywood on the slide to accommodate the recliner
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I have a Class C with the 54" Flexsteel jackknife sofa. I took it out and added two 30" euros with ottomans. With the slide out I can move them so they face TV. Much better.
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WOW that couch is big. Looking at it you would think that it would be pretty comfy.
Looks are deceiving! It's very firm and not cushy, plus you sort of sit straight up, even with an ottoman for your feet. In spite of the size, it's really only seating for two or maybe three adults. We usually don't pull out that extension since it takes up a lot of floorspace.

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That looks GREAT, Ernie! Did you do the floors yourself? Very nice.
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I have a Class C with the 54" Flexsteel jackknife sofa. I took it out and added two 30" euros with ottomans. With the slide out I can move them so they face TV. Much better.
Pics?? Do you ever miss the sofa?
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That looks GREAT, Ernie! Did you do the floors yourself? Very nice.
Thank you. Yes, that is my floor work. Plus I relocated the aqua hot registers that were on that slide to the wall.
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Thank you. Yes, that is my floor work. Plus I relocated the aqua hot registers that were on that slide to the wall.
Beautiful work, Ernie.
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We will be heading to Shipshewana, IN in May and will be having the wall-hugging reclining love seat in leather. Our flexsteel sofa is hard and very uncomfortable to sit on, as one has to sit up practically straight. We don't have "overnighters", so no need for the second bed. We have negotiated with Lambright Comfort Chairs for our purchase and by the looks of the sofa (a friend got one for their 5er) and the price, I think that it is the best deal. If interested their phone is (260) 768-4820.


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How long does it take them to make your love seat?

And can you give a rough ballpark of the price?

I looked and priced a lay-z-boy, $4000.
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