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    Default Taylor King # 1420-02 Walker Settee in Zuma Cobblestone

    Wood finish in Brierwood, Spring Fiberdown Seat Cushion, Blenddown pillows in Tao Pewter.

    Very stylish, this is one of the current hot decorator looks. Sits better than you might think - but not as comfortable as a standard sofa. It does make a statement.

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    Default Re: Taylor King # 1420-02 Walker Settee in Zuma Cobblestone

    Hi Duane,
    JUST LOVE THIS SETTEE!

    Btw, does this fabric -Zuma- wrinkle easily? It is a poly/linen blend. Would you recommend it for a high usage sofa (sofa/sectional in front of the tv) where an occasional meal might get eaten and for sure the sport events' grown-up drinks are enjoyed? It does have a pretty high rub count (50000 according to T&K website). Your 2cents please?

    I really like the look of Zuma but also have been smitten by a fabric called Phipps in Seasalt color (thinking of contacting you to get some samples) and one called Notionality. If you had to pick one for a busy family with several boys (and grown guys) who "live" on this sofa/sectional watching sports, which would you pick?

    Would you kindly opine? ;>
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Taylor King # 1420-02 Walker Settee in Zuma Cobblestone

    It does not appear to wrinkle easily, but these just came in the store on Saturday and really have no use on them, so I cannot say for sure. 50K rub value is very good and a can of Scotchguard is your best friend.

    I'd have to have all the samples in hand to compare, and am out of the store sidelined with a bad cold. Best thing to do is order samples and see for yourself.
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    Default Re: Taylor King # 1420-02 Walker Settee in Zuma Cobblestone

    Aww shucks! Sorry to hear that you're under the weather. I sure hope you feel better soon. I will order some samples of these fabrics soon from you.
    Thanks for giving me your opinion.
    Get well!

    ViviV

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