HOW TO ORDER
- Download Form
- Start with pages 2 and 3 (which offer graphic displays of all pieces with dimensions) and be sure to select the sequence number of each piece, starting from left to right with #1.
- Now move to the Last Page to detail the Selections Army Style, Skirts, etc.
- Complete the customer information and fabric description on the Back Page.
- Snail mail, fax to (336) 886-4902 or scan and email to email@example.com and be sure to send all pages.
A Commentary on Selections 3100 – the Sectionals...
We offer all the Selections 3000 – Stand Alone Program - selections of arms, backs, legs, cushion fill, extended depth, skirts, etc. and now ADD twenty-six (26) sectional shapes!
The "footprint" drawings are to scale – 1/4" = 12" (1 Foot, Johnny).
Extended depth is available on all pieces EXCEPT the six (6) sleepers. Note the dashed lines on the footprints; those on the arms indicate that with one of our slender arms (46, 86, 87, TR), the overall length will be about 3" shorter than the dimension shown. The dotted line in front (usually) of the footprint indicates where the extended depth can occur.
The Corner Storage Ottoman (CSO) is unusual to find in sectionals but it offers a useful corner that is only 36" deep (or 39" if extended) rather than the 80" Angled Quarter Turn (QT), and the Corner Unit (CU) has very little utility.
The reason for 36" vs. the standard 39" is because 3" of depth occurs in the back posts above cushion-top level.
We will offer our on-line customers the ability to assemble the footprints into the desired configuration by clicking on the sequence - from left to right, numbers 1 through 6. Our print folks must still complete the sequence section so we can make sure it will go together.
After checking our records, the Corner Unit (CU) was added; it can also have extended depth on two sides or on all four – 39 x 39, 39 x 42 or 42 x 42.
Did you notice that Scatter Backs are not offered on our sectionals? The reason is that some configurations just don't come together well without an arm on both ends.