How to make a wing back reclining couch

RTE 2.0 is here and here’s a guide to all the new features.

You can now create your own home theatre system and have all your favourite programmes, films and music streamed to your TV via the internet. 

What’s new on 2.1?

The first of two major new features is the ability to stream your favourite TV programmes and films via the cloud.

It’s also now possible to switch between up to seven different screens simultaneously on a single device.

You also get the option to stream TV from a number of devices to your new couch. 

How do you make your own wing back sofa?

First, you’ll need a suitable piece of wood for the design.

You’ll need to make sure that it is at least 1m wide and 6m long. 

You can use either 2.2 m or 2.3 m boards, whichever you like.

If you want to create a 2.4 m board, then you’ll have to buy a new one and then build the existing one. 

Make sure the base of the sofa is at about 6m from the floor and it has a height of at least 6m. 

Once you’ve got your base plan in place, cut the two halves into pieces.

Make sure that the bottom of the base is 6m high and that the sides are at least 4m apart. 

Next, build the base.

If your sofa is 2.5m long, then it should have a height between 5 and 6 metres.

If it is longer than that, then make sure it’s at least 3 metres high and have it connected to the ceiling. 

After you’ve built your base, cut a rectangle around the edge of the flat.

If this is a 2-by-2 flat, then the top half should be 5.5 metres wide and the bottom 5.6 metres long.

If its a 3-by3 flat, the top side should be 7 metres long and the bottoms should be 3 metres wide. 

Then cut a circle out of the centre of the circle.

Make the circle at the top 3 metres away from the centre. 

If you have two flat screens in the room, you can place the circle right below the TV. 

Build the base around the two sides of the rectangle, making sure that both sides are the same height as the top and bottom of your sofa. 

Place a 2m wide circle on the bottom. 

Repeat the process for the top, bottom and top half of the house. 

Now that your base is complete, you will need to glue the two sections together.

Make a mark on the centre side of the new rectangle and then glue the centre line onto the centre strip.

Then, glue the top edge of your rectangle onto the top strip.

You may need to remove some glue from the top to make it stick to the edges. 

When you’re done, it should look something like this. 

Here are a few more photos showing you how it all looks. 

It’s a little tricky, so don’t get too excited.

If all goes well, the TV should appear on your TV screen when you plug it in. 

But if you do get it, you may have to re-install your TV to get it to work. 

I’m still using the couch as my primary sofa, but I plan to make my second sofa in the near future, so I might have to get another one.

If you want your own couch, check out our guide to creating a new couch using 3D modelling.