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Old 02-18-2018, 11:19 AM   #1
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Anyone replace their sofa with any of the Thomas Payne 3 seat recliner sofa?

How do you like it and can you post some pics of what it looks like with slide in/out to see what the space is like?

Does the tan match up to the rest of the leather fabric well?

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Old 03-11-2018, 01:27 PM   #2
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Anyone replace their sofa with any of the Thomas Payne 3 seat recliner sofa?

How do you like it and can you post some pics of what it looks like with slide in/out to see what the space is like?

Does the tan match up to the rest of the leather fabric well?

Thanks
Nobody replaced their sofa yet?
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Replaced ours with a loveseat from LaZBoy. Went with contrasting color.Click image for larger version

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Old 03-11-2018, 02:37 PM   #4
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Replaced ours with a loveseat from LaZBoy. Went with contrasting color.Attachment 164878
Looks good - trying to see if anyone went with the 3 seat Thomas Payne seismic series. Says it measures 80-82” and the factory jack knife is 68” but there is some room on both sides.
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Looks good - trying to see if anyone went with the 3 seat Thomas Payne seismic series. Says it measures 80-82” and the factory jack knife is 68” but there is some room on both sides.


PSW757 - what did you decide to do with replacing your sofa? Not an urgent issue for us, but we have been thinking about changing out the sofa as well. Thanks!
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Old 04-01-2018, 06:37 PM   #6
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PSW757 - what did you decide to do with replacing your sofa? Not an urgent issue for us, but we have been thinking about changing out the sofa as well. Thanks!
Well - we definitely want to do it and we like the Thomas Payne seismic. Only issue is size, 60” sofa or 82” sofa. The jackknife sofa there now is 68” and am worried the 60” is too small and 82” may fit but be tight with passenger seat turned around.

I was hoping someone else attempted this to see how things look but haven’t gotten much of a response. We don’t want the cup holder entertainment setup in middle because we have kids that lay on it while traveling.

Have you done any shopping/measuring? We are open to other brands of similar style.
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Thanks, I am just starting to look. You’ve summed up the dilemma well - exactly why it has not been an easy decision. We are leaning to another sofa, but I am concerned 82 in will be too big. I’ll post whatever I find that might be helpful as I start to shop around.
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