La-Z-Boy Recliners Kansas City MO

Looking for La-Z-Boy Recliners in Kansas City? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Kansas City that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find La-Z-Boy Recliners in Kansas City.

George's Upholstery
(816) 231-0845
3207 E 12th St
Kansas City, MO
Gaines Furniture Outlet
(816) 483-2405
2405 E Truman Rd
Kansas City, MO
Martinez Upholstery Inc
(816) 241-2060
5045 E 9th St
Kansas City, MO
Ayers Upholstery & Design
(816) 472-0222
1410 Union Ave
Kansas City, MO
Cheap Antiques
(816) 471-0092
500 W 5th St
Kansas City, MO
Antique Sampler Warehouse
(816) 353-8655
2528 W Pennway St
Kansas City, MO
OK Furniture Store
(816) 231-6880
2522 E Truman Rd
Kansas City, MO
Avis Furniture Company
(816) 421-5939
1410 Union Ave
Kansas City, MO
Bolsenga's Custom Upholstering
(816) 231-2353
4428 Saint John Ave
Kansas City, MO
A & A Royal Auto Trim
(816) 531-4433
647 W 39th St
Kansas City, MO

La-Z-Boy Recliners

La-Z-Boy Boy Recliners

Although "lazy boy" is a term that is often used to describe all recliners, many people don't realize that it's actually a brand name (the situation is very similar to that of Kleenex). La-Z-Boy is the correct spelling of the name of one of the most successful furniture manufacturers in the world.

Pros: If you're looking to buy a La-Z-Boy recliner, be prepared to set aside a good chunk of time. There are literally hundreds of different models to choose from. The most impressive model is probably the La-Z-Boy Oasis. The Oasis is the ultimate recliner for guys. Under one armrest is a cooling unit big enough to hold a six-pack. The other armrest features a telephone you can use to order pizza. What more could you ask for when you want to kick back and watch the big game? If you're not a "beer and pizza" kind of guy, fear not. La-Z-Boy also makes more traditional recliners.

Cons: La-Z-Boy may be one of the biggest names in the world when it comes to recliners and sofas, but that doesn't mean that every chair the company makes is perfect. Some models feature fabric that wears thin after a few years of use. This isn't usually a major problem, but it can shorten the lifespan of your chair. Another issue several customers have complained about is that they feel the recliners shipped to them were not as comfortable as the ones they sampled on the showroom floor.

Overall: While the color and shape of La-Z-Boy recliners may change from model ...

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