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There is unfortunately no general buyer's remorse law. The default position is that a sale is final unless the parties have a written contract that gives a cancellation period or establishes a return period. That would actually be true even before you completed payment, before you accepted delivery, as soon as you signed something agreeing to make the purchase. The only exception is for door-to-door sales because those are such high pressure. The only way you'd be able to return the couch and loveseat is if they delivered the wrong items, or if you could find a clause in your sales agreement that said you have a right to send them back.
Some stores will, as a courtesy, give you store credit or allow an exchange if you're not happy with your purchase. It could help to talk to a manager or the owner and see if they're willing to accommodate you. Furniture stores rely on word of mouth and repeat business, so sometimes they'll try to help you out.
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