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Old 07-18-2013, 05:49 PM   #29
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Very nice upgrade! You could sell that end-table. Is it Maple?

Were is your TV located? And what did you use on the main floor? It looks like wood.
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Old 07-18-2013, 05:51 PM   #30
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???? But I can tell you, you can sleep in the chair OK.
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Oak to match the rest.
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Old 07-19-2013, 04:57 AM   #32
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Very nice upgrade! You could sell that end-table. Is it Maple?

Were is your TV located? And what did you use on the main floor? It looks like wood.
New TV where the old head knocker was, between the 2 cabinets. That is one reason I bought the 60" couch. It puts the forward recliner in view of the TV. The floor is Allure . End table oak.

Post on the tv. Old TV out new one in
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Old 07-20-2013, 02:43 PM   #33
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Just install a new recliner couch, now to keep the dog off of it so we can relax.
Sweet! That looks like something you'd see in someone's high end home theater. Do the seats power recline?
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Nevermind. Looks like you answered that already. Love the side table you made. You could make a little side business selling those!
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I'm not a finish carpenter by any means. But thank you!
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Well you could teach me a thing or too! ;-)
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Well Shellback, we got our recliners, we went with 68 inch, solid color and matches interior perfectly. Very easy to install. We really like them, so much better than couch. Thanks for posting. I am going to try and post picture, not sure it will work.



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Well Shellback, we got our recliners, we went with 68 inch, solid color and matches interior perfectly. Very easy to install. We really like them, so much better than couch. Thanks for posting. I am going to try and post picture, not sure it will work.

Really looks good. Are the wooden trays on each end new or did you already have these. Thanks
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Really looks good. Are the wooden trays on each end new or did you already have these. Thanks
Thank you, no we ordered side trays (that was extra) because we have a small mtrhome and were using TV trays rather than table as table takes up too much room and we are hoping these trays will eliminate need for TV trays.
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HI;

What brand are the chairs?
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DeLeon, I think on first page of this thread Shellback has posted the website
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We have been looking to get rid of the sofa in our motorhome and put in chairs or recliners. Seeing what you have done with these sofa recliners make me think this may be the way we go. Thanks for posting. The pictures are great. That goes for you both that posted your mods.
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