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    Default Taylor King K184-48 Cozy Creations in Perth Chocolate

    We just brought this sofa in the store today and it recieved the highest rating possible from the toughest critic around, my 21-year-old delivery driver Kyle. He said "I really like this one, and I could even afford it. Good pick". When Kyle says its a good one - it is

    Not real pricey for an 8-way hand-tied of Taylor King quality. Under $ 1,500 in my store as shown.
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    Default Re: Taylor King K184-48 Cozy Creations in Perth Chocolate

    I know this is an old thread, but it helps describe what I am looking for. What would a sofa-corner-sofa sectional in this line with the same arms, legs and fabric cost? My wife and I are looking for a fabric sectional that will last. Our youngest child is 17 and off to college this year so we don't have to worry about small children.

    Thanks for all of the great information. I found this site while investigating the quality of flexsteel and now I am leaning toward Taylor King. I am just not sure if I can afford it. This piece fits my budget, so I am feeling optimistic.

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    In a 3-seat/corner/3-seat configuration you would be looking at around $ 3,600 (starting grade fabric, "A" grade) and up plus shipping. That's using a right angle corner, not a curved wedge. Taylor King is made considerably better than Flexsteel, too.
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    Thanks for the quick response.

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    Default Re: Taylor King K184-48 Cozy Creations in Perth Chocolate

    I know this is an old post, but I'm curious to know why the couch has a third leg. I'm thinking of ordering a TK coach in the cozy collection program but I did not see the option of adding a third leg. I'm ordering a 88"
    Also, I'm unsure about the back cushion - not sure if I want them rounded box border or square. Is the one you posted square? is it loose back or attached? thank you.

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    Default Re: Taylor King K184-48 Cozy Creations in Perth Chocolate

    Any center leg or legs, are purely decorative and not needed for structural support. Some customers request they be left off and that's generally a very easy mod. That's Square Box Back in that photo, un-attached.
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