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June 29, 20150 found this helpful

Take a look at http://voila.ecrater.com/

They have quite a few slipcovers for reclining sofas, loveseats and armchairs. The direct link for reclining slipcovers is

http://voila.ec  g&perpage=80

Hope it helps!

November 19, 20080 found this helpful

I hope you have found your dining chair slipcover by now, but just in case, here are my two cents.

Waverly has a lot of patterns, each with its own name, and if it's an old one, it's probably discountinued.

I have a valance that has a fruits design on a light yellow background with a trim of tiny green polka dots. Could it be the same pattern? If so, please let me know and I'll try to find you the name of it.

Hope it helps!

November 17, 20080 found this helpful

I conpletely agree with Robin.

Another good thing to do when a slipcover is a bit too wrinkled, like new out of the box or out of storage, simply throw it in the dryer with a damp cloth for a few minutes, then put it on your furniture. It does wonder for it,

November 12, 20080 found this helpful

There's a slipcover made for a sectional couch here

http://voila.ec  tional&cid=0

Or you may simply want to do a search for slipcover at http://www.voila.ecrater.com/

Hope it helps you!

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