Lightweight furniture

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I am always looking for furniture for vacant homes that are on the market these days and I know that at this time it is me who is usually moving it in and out of homes, along with a friend or my husband.  But, I really would like to have lightweight couches and chairs to move so I don't break my back and have to quit working.  I have searched the internet for anything that looks quality and doesn't have a dorm room feel that isn't heavy, but I can't seem to find anything.  I know Pier 1 has some stuff as does IKEA, but some of their furniture doesn't either look big enough for a room or it's too modern for where I live.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to where to find these gems?  Should we be trying to invent something light as a feather? Thanks for your input.

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Rainer
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Kimberly Wester
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Letitia- One of my favorite loveseats is the milano loveseat from Target. You can order it online.  It must be assembled, but it is lightweight and easy to move.  The cushions are unattached, so that makes it even lighter.  You can order a sofa and chairs to match as well. 

It is a very versatile style and comes in 4 or 5 color combos, I believe.  I have the mocha/espresso loveseat and am planning on buying more.  Hope that helps!

Mar 18, 2007 01:14 PM #1
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Val Allocco
Staged 2 Sell New York & Long Island - Northport, NY
HSE; ASHSR - Home Stager, for Manhattan, Brooklyn & Long Island

Letitia,

I only carry furniture that is light enough for me to carry - e.g. end tables, console tables, bistro set, kitchen stools, inflatable beds, etc.

I still find that the rental companies are best to use because their furniture is superb and I don't have to worry about my inventory getting bumped and bruised from moving in and out of spaces.

VAL

Mar 18, 2007 07:23 PM #2
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