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Old 06-10-2012, 10:33 PM   #1
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Wife decided we needed to...

take out the hide a bed and leather recliner. Ordered three La-Z-Boy chairs to replace them. Took the hide a bed out and the recliner. Behind the hide a bed is a big gouge in the wall. They attempted to cover it up and probably figured it'd be behind the couch forever.
Will have to take a better look at it and see if I can make it look better.
Not sure I'm going to like the two chairs in place of the hide a bed as they, when turned outward so you can sit in them, even up against the wall, they stick out more into the isleway. Then if you recline them they have to be further out from the wall. Have to turn them sideways for travel, but when parked they will take up more room.
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Are our wives related ?? My DW wants to replace the leather recliner with 2 smaller swivel rockers with foot stools ( she figures we need to keep the hid-a-bed " Just in case" we travel with extra people and need the seat belts.) I just know that I'll get it all changed around , then she'll say " Well that isn't working "
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I wouldn't mind replacing the hide a bed with 2 chairs with ottomans but DH and dog would be really angry with me. The leather recliner stays. I wouldn't have room for two chairs in its place.
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Old 06-11-2012, 12:37 PM   #4
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All ladies must have the same genes,as by this post sounds like they seem to think alike.I have just got the talk about new lazy boy recliners.I think I will have her read this post,or maybe not.Lazy boy here we come maybe I can stall till fall.jeffp
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