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More sitting area in living room!
crimsonky
January 29, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I'm wanting to buy new living room furniture and need more seating area. I have tried not to block my big window since it overlooks the pool. Recently I ordered plantation shutters for this window so I guess I could put something in front of it. Had thought about a sectional but not sure. Have to at least have a recliner for my husband. Thanks everyone for any ideas!
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Dexter Sykes
Here are some sectionals in brown finish (and others): http://www.thelivingroomsets.com/catalogue/sectionals/quantity/40/options[]/2068/
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Darzy
Your furniture looks like it's in excellent condition. I agree to avoid covering the windows. How about a chaise lounge in fabric in front of the window? Extra seating, and a place to stretch and watch t.v. Just schooch the recliner back a bit.


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