This is only 1/2 the sectional in this photo series, its too difficult for me to hook up both pieces in the parking lot for photos and then disconnect them, so you're only going to see the one segment, sorry! In case you are wondering, I do unpack and re-load these by myself and can get them in my delivery truck with absolutely no damage or undue stress to the pieces. I've refined the technique of doing so over the past 26 years. Like the warnings say however - "Trained Professional - do not attempt to duplicate youself!"
Nothing looks as stylish and elegant as a Sundance sectional 'floating' in a room. If it looks this good in the parking lot, imagine how it will be in the home.
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We decided to stay away from a sectional for our formal great room, however, if H&M ever bring back the Pullman Brick Burnished leather again then I'd have a hard job not buying the Sundance for our daylight basement since it would work well floating. Love the style due to the fantastic detail.
If we had wanted a more traditional look the Sundance would have been our choice for sure. It's a beautiful piece and the Kipling Whiskey is gorgeous. That said we absolutely love our Donovan sofa and chairs in Kipling Sand.
I can't believe I missed these photos over the last few weeks --- what a beautiful Sundance. Now, I'm even more anxious for my Sundance to arrive! It is in TX...just needs to get to my city. Crossing my fingers it happens this week.