Originally Posted by Kain
Come to think of it, an issue I see with having two recliners side-by-side is that neither seat offers a dead-center position for when you are viewing alone. I am OCD about this stuff.
I am in my room every night alone for 6+ hours. I sit on a reclining luv seat with one part perfectly centered to the screen and the other not. Then to my right is a table and another chair (regular theater chair). This all fits in a 12.5 foot width with a door to the left of my seat. If the door was located somewhere else I could put another seat in. The room you describe is definitely wide enough for you to have a great main seat and at least 2 overflow seats one to the left and one to the right with a table to put your food/drink on.
A luv seat is about as comfortable as a recliner chair but I can also lay down a bit if I want.
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