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post #1 of 4 Old 01-27-2007, 04:47 AM - Thread Starter
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In my proposed theater, I am thinking of placing either one loveseat or two individual seats for me and my wife at the focal point of the system. However, I also want to have seating for guests.

Is there any reason that I shouldn't mix and match styles and types of HT seating? I was thinking of something lush and comfortable for me and the Mrs. then something more economical seating for up to 10 guests - comfy but just not as expensive.

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I mixed seating styles.

I have 3 leather Berkline 090s in the front (main) row.

I have 4 IRWIN Marquee theater style seats on a riser in the rear row.

Nothing wrong with mixing in my opinion.

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[quote=R_Willis] I have 4 IRWIN Marquee theater style seats on a riser in the rear row. [quote]

THAT's what I was thinking of. Do you mind if I ask.....how much do those cost in relation to the Berklines? How about their other HT models?

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Talk to Bonnie @ Kustom Kens (http://www.uniqueconceptseats.com)

kustomken@aol.com

They are A LOT cheaper then leather recliners.

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