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    Default A Brand New Loveseat(Well Almost!)

    I have a leather loveseat that has several rips in it. My daughter is helping me to redecorate the living room. She said a green couch or loveseat would be nice in there. Today I went to Value City, that had covers on sale for $20 and $10 off if you spent at least $25(you did need a coupon, which I had). I got a soild green cover for the loveseat and had it on when my daughter stopped by. She loved it and so do I. I'm going back tommorrow and getting another just like it for the couch. I brought home a green striped one for the couch, but I don't like it. I forgot to mention it but they are "Sure Fit" brand. Sure is alot cheaper that new.

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    That's great, what a wonderful find .

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    yes covers are great, makes a room look new again. great find.

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    Well now I have and almost new sofa too! Took back the cover I didn't like and got a nice floral print. It looks great! It makes the room feel homey!

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    That's a pretty cheap re-do....wtg!

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    is value city a national store??

    that is a fantastic price.

    got pics?? sounds pretty, i wanna seeeee!!!

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    I think so but I'll check it out online. I'll get back to you.

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    I just checked online and it seems that there are about 110 stores throughout the country. you can search for Value City and when you get there to the site, you can put you zip code in to see if there is a store near you. I hope there is because I get alot of good deals there.

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    It's our little secret that the furniture isn't new, and you didn't spend thousands on it! And you'll enjoy it even more, knowing it was so inexpensive. Very creative!

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    That's awesome. You were able to totally re-do the room for A LOT less than buying new furniture. I love moving things around the house and finding items that I already have that I can use elsewhere. Re-purposing things give me a great feeling! Enjoy your new room.

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