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    Default Re: Taylor King "America's Pride" 75-1 sofa in Slider Celadon

    Quote Originally Posted by barbmcn View Post
    If you go to the Taylor King website, I believe they refer to them now as the "Taylor Made" line. You can view the "Gallery" and "Brochure" under the "DESIGN YOUR OWN" heading, which also includes the "Cozy Creations" line.

    We recently purchased a "Taylor Made" sofa (same style as the one Duane posted, but in the 83" length) and are VERY pleased with it. The sofa resides in a seating area adjacent to the kitchen, so it gets lots of daily use. We find it extremely comfortable and well made.

    Thanks! I will check.

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    Default Re: Taylor King "America's Pride" 75-1 sofa in Slider Celadon

    "Portfolio" is a special collection that not all dealers have, and for that reason they don't want it scanned into a website, etc., so its not available to see on -line. I asked and even offered to scan it all in page by page - but they asked me not to. I do have catalogs of the line at my store, however.
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    That's interesting, Duane. The dealer did refer to it as "Portfolio" but, when I checked online pre-purchase, it seemed to match the dimensions and options of the "Taylor Made" offering. Well, "A rose by any other name..." We're definitely happy with the quality and comfort of our Portfolio sofa.

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    Default Re: Taylor King "America's Pride" 75-1 sofa in Slider Celadon

    The America's Pride Portfolio is the exact same as the Taylor Made program, just in selected fabrics.

    They are re-marketing the entire program now and folding into something simpler as it was confusing too many people.
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