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Sectionals have been quickly growing in popularity over the past decade.
There is confusion over the definition of sectionals. There is no agreement on what differentiates a large sectional from a small sectional.
Most sectionals have two or more pieces connected by a corner unit, it is not unusual to find sectionals to consist of only a sofa and chaise with no corner piece.
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All Your Sectional Questions Answered
- How much do sectionals cost?
- Who makes sectional sleepers?
- Where can I find a reclining sectional?
- What is the smallest sectional I can buy?
- Are there any sectionals built with solid wood frames?
- What sizes do sectionals come in?
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Question My wife and I would like to know your opinion on Southern Motion sectionals that have recliners on each end. The fabric is...
Most sectionals are made from two or more separate seat units. These seat unit sections may have 1, 2 or 3 seats. Each of these sections...
Searching for "small sectionals" can be a very frustrating experience. The vast majority of "small sectional" photos show very large...
There are no official standards regarding furniture sizes. If you google "small sectionals" and then chart the sizes of the products that...
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