Bladewood Recliner

SKU:
6030629
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Price:
B$ 698.00

Subject to stock availability. Pre order may take about 6-8 weeks.

Product Description +

Pull tab reclining motion

Zero wall design requires minimal space between wall and chair back

Corner-blocked frame with metal reinforced seat

Attached cushions

High-resiliency foam cushions wrapped in thick poly fiber

Faux leather upholstery

Make a big impression in a smaller footprint with the chicly styled Bladewood zero wall recliner. Thanks to its space-conscious design that requires a mere three inches between the wall and chair back, you can stretch out more efficiently. Wrapped in a fabulous faux leather loaded with pebbly texture and tonal variation that looks so natural, this designer recliner sports contoured tufting and contrasting baseball stitching for a style home run.

Weight and Dimensions +

Weight : 36.287 lb
Dimension : 33"W x 40"D x 40"H

Specifications +

Vendor Modal Number :6030629
Assembly Required : Assembly Required
Warranty : 365 days
UPC : 024052559453
Vendor Colour :
Volume : 16.04 ft3

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