A new house doesn't always make nice with your old furniture; meaning, sometimes it just doesn't fit. This is, unfortunately, the case with our brand-new (as of 2 years ago) sectional, which you may remember me discussing a few years back. We bought it for our old den and it was the perfect solution to that room's long and narrow structure. Unfortunately, it doesn't fit well into any of the rooms in our new house and so I'm trying to find it a new home. (As I mentioned the other day, there are a few pieces that I just can't get to work in our new place, so I'll be posting them on the blog over the next week in hopes of moving them along...)
Here are the specs:
CR Laine Topsider Sectional Sofa. 2 pieces: 1 left arm facing corner sofa (83" x 36") and 1 right arm facing one arm loveseat (50" x 36"). Overall dimensions are 83" x 86" x 36" deep by 36" high. Fabric is Taupe solid. Comes with 3 throw pillows (matches sofa fabric). Legs are in Walnut finish. Sofa is in good condition with some slight fading from the sun on a few cushions. Manufactured in North Carolina- 8-way hand-tied, double wrapped cushions encased in down proof ticking.
I'm pricing it at $1,900, which is quite a bit below my designer cost. Email me if you're interested.