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England Furniture Reviews the Lanie Collection

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After you admire the decorative top stitching and optional nail head trim of the all leather England Furniture Lanie collection, you can sit back and relax. Get lost in the beauty and comfort of its flared roll arm, plush back, and small bun leg. This style is available as a motion sectional, double reclining sofa, double reclining loveseat and reclining chair to complete any room.  All of our motion pieces are available with an upgraded power mechanism.  See our England Furniture Manning collection for fabric cover options.

England Furniture Introduces 2Y00 Yonts

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Our England Furniture Yonts collection is fresh yet familiar. This style features a key arm, pyramid wood leg, clean lines and impeccable tailoring. Dress it up or down with your choice of over 500 fabrics and have it in your home in 30 days or less. We offer a sofa, loveseat, chair, ottoman, and sectional, to complete your look.

England Furniture Reviews: Neyland Chair and Ottoman

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Our England Furniture Neyland chair and ottoman is an updated take on a classic club chair. From its deeply tufted back to its simple bun leg, this look is sure to please. Its cutaway rolled panel arm is accented with a petite brass nailhead trim while the base of the chair and ottoman features an oversized brass nailhead trim. The curved back and plush seat cushion makes a stately presence while maintaining a high level of comfort. Take a look at our England Furniture Lourdes to see the all leather version of this traditional silhouette.

England Furniture Reviews: Lourdes Chair and Ottoman

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Add a touch of comfortable elegance to your home with the England Furniture Lourdes all leather chair and ottoman. This classic traditional oversized club style has a curved, deeply tufted back, simple cutaway rolled panel arm, and wooden bun leg. Featuring an optional petite nailhead trim on the arm and oversize nailhead trim on the base, this club chair has it all. Cover it in your choice of our leathers or take a look at England Furniture Neyland for fabric options.

England Furniture Reviews Some Living Room Furniture Arrangement Tips

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How your furniture is situated in the living room should be flexible enough to handle various activities. Start your furniture arrangement plan by listing all the activities you expect to take place then list the furniture and equipment you’ll need to make sure each function is possible.

Furniture arrangement is the art of establishing working relationships between individual pieces of furniture, all within a given room’s context. There are some general guidelines that exist to help you narrow down the endless possibilities. Keep the following suggestions in mind:

  • Experiment by leaving one wall completely free of furniture. This is especially important when the wall flanks a walkway.
  • If the front door to your house opens directly into your living room consider shielding your living room by placing a standing, folding screen at right angles to the wall.
  • Arrange traffic in such a way that it does not pass between people and the television.
  • Large living rooms can feel alienating. Treat it as though it were different small spaces. Create more than one intimate seating – or activity area – within the large room.
  • Group chairs a three to four feet apart. A classic, and comfortable, seating arrangement is a sofa flanked by two comfortable, upholstered chairs. Place a table near each chair for holding refreshments, glasses, your iPad, etc.
  • Place furniture so its lines are parallel to the wall. This creates a greater sense of unity. Furniture that is placed on the diagonal creates excitement and contrast.
  • Make the most of unusual living room space by building furniture (shelves, consoles, etc.) into the room. You can’t take them with when you move, of course, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.