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Old 12-10-2013, 11:23 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm looking for something that has an outer reclining seat on each side with a loveseat in the middle. Researching furniture might be more difficult than the amount of time I researched a projector...is it best to just buy chairs with removable arm rests? I was hoping to find a wide loveseat in the middle instead of sandwiching two seats to make the loveseat. However, I'm not sure where I would find something like this or if it's even made.

|0|[ ]|0| ...so it's basically 3 pieces instead of 4. A curve would be nice too.
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Old 12-11-2013, 08:45 AM
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Berkline used to have that extra wide seat you are talking about, but as you can see right now no one is offering something like that. It is not very popular, and the reason for that is the fact that for two adults it would be too narrow and uncomfortable, and for one the armrests would be spread out to far - again not that comfortable.

You will definitely be better off getting a loveseat configuration in the middle. Both seats will independently recliner, and the modular removable armrest makes this configuration very flexible allowing to convert the loveseat into two seats with the armrest in between.

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I haven't seen a single seat love-seat recliner configuration. I have seen two chairs with a love-seat configuration (two separate recliners joined) from multiple vendors. (E.g http://www.amazon.com/Baxton-Studio-7-Piece-Leather-Recliner/dp/B000U9T6F6/ref=sr_1_13?ie=UTF8&qid=1386789038&sr=8-13&keywords=microfiber+recliner+sectional)

I think many sets can be easily modified to have the arm removed, even if it is not advertised as such. My Berkline set was supposed to be 3 chairs wide with armrests between each, but was very easy to change the configuration.

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I just bought two single recliners and a loveseat recliner from Southern Motion. I have mine in a straight line, but you can add compartment wedges to curve them.

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Originally Posted by Smith82 View Post
I just bought two single recliners and a loveseat recliner from Southern Motion. I have mine in a straight line, but you can add compartment wedges to curve them.

How do you like the Southern Motion recliners? Are they power?

What model did you buy?
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