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Regular / Box Cushion: A cushion that is shaped like a square.

T-Cushion: A cushion that is shaped like the letter "T".
   Cushion Design
   Color
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Sofa: An upholstered seat with a back and side (arms) that is designed to seat 3 or more people.

Loveseat: An upholstered seating piece designed for two people. It is similar to a Sofa in shape and look, but smaller.

Armchairs: Accent chairs that feature two arms.

Parson & Dining Chair: A parson's chair is a type of dining chair with a fully upholstered seat and back, without any gaps. Parson's chairs generally do not have arms. A side chair is a dining chair without arms. An arm chair is a dining chair with arms.

Wing Chair: A wing chair (also known as wing-back chair) is an easy chair or club chair with "wings" mounted to the back of the chair typically, but not always, stretching down to the arm rest.

Recliner: An armchair that reclines when the occupant lowers the chairs back and raises its front.

Ottoman: A piece of furniture, a padded, upholstered seat or bench having neither back nor arms, often used as a stool or footstool.

Daybed: Daybeds are used as beds as well as for lounging, reclining and seating in common rooms. They are a cross between chaise lounge, couch and a bed.

Bed: A bed usually consists of a headboard, footboard and rails on which a mattress rests to sleep upon.

Folding Chair: A light, portable chair that folds flat, and can be stored in a stack, row, or on a cart.

Chair And A Half: An upholstered seating piece that's larger than an armchair, but not as large as a loveseat.

Stool: A stool is a seat without backs or arms.

Pillow: A large cushion support for the head or other parts of the body.
   Furniture Design
One-Piece: The slipcover is a single piece, covering all upholstered areas.

Separate Seat: The slipcover is packaged a two pieces that create a complete slipcover. Usually one piece covers the furniture and the second piece covers the cushion(s).

Furniture Throw: The slipcover is a throw that covers furniture partially or entirely to protect the upholstery from wear and tear.
   Slipcover Design
Transitional: A bit softer than modern and less ornate than traditional design. Tends to include many stretchy fabrics. It is classic with a contemporary twist.

Casual: Casual style is designed for comfort rather than aesthetics. Casual slipcovers tend to have ties and pleating. Casual style is designed for comfort rather than aesthetics.

Traditional: Traditional pieces feature rolled or slightly curved arms,these pieces often include floral or striped patterns.

Country: Perfect for a lakehouse or a country cottage, these tend to include floral and plaid patterns for a laid back feel.

Modern: These pieces are very simple with straight clean lines.
   Style
   Width
14 in. 90 in.

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   Height
8 in. 42 in.

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   Depth
2 in. 95 in.

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