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Originally Posted by Hondaracer
Anyone ever cut a couch in half before? Lol
My GF bought a huge couch and she lives in a appartment, we couldn't get it around the corner to her living room so now I'm thinking about cutting it in half then rebuilding it inside the living room
The cushions cover 95% of the actual backing that I'd be cutting just not so sure it would work out lol Posted via RS Mobile
Take it apart, instead of cutting it. Is the couch taller than the ceiling when standing on its end? If it's just the girth (yeah, it's a problem for me, too), then take stuffing apart and sew it back together. Cutting is not an option - really.
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This is the love seat portion of the couch:
As you can see the cushions cover almost all of the "frame" of it, the only really visible parts I would be tampering with is that material visible below the cushions and the rail behind them which isn't really visible
The couch that I'll have to cut though has arms on the ends, but I think if I was to slice the fabric clean enough and then put backing which I could staple it back onto and pull it tight it would work
MG, the couch is probably 9.5 feet long and she's got 8 foot ceilings with 90 deg hallway you've gotta go around
Really all you need is a stricture for this cushions to be on, the only concern with cutting it is if it just fell all apart as I did it, otherwise I'm confident that I could take scabs etc over the cut frame and bolt is all back together with some lag bolts etc Posted via RS Mobile
MG, the couch is probably 9.5 feet long and she's got 8 foot ceilings with 90 deg hallway you've gotta go around Posted via RS Mobile
Never had a couch not fit through a spot.
I'm assuming you've taken off the feet if they're removable.
And you've tried to angle the couch up as high as possible (45drg+) and tried the corner that way..
The only reason I'd laugh at cutting the couch in half is, when you put it back together, the structural stability will be drastically reduced. Best way to get it back to par, would be adding a set of feet right on the joint. Whether it be up front, or underneath (where you can't see them) atleast then there's something also holding up the joint, so if your connection broke, it wouldn't cave in on itself.
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