This transitional Low-Leg recliner lets you make an elegant visual statement while enjoying exceptional comfort. Design includes beautifully tailored Charles of London arms that are padded and pleated, plus mahogany-finished bun feet. Optional brass or pewter nail head trim can be added for a classic look. Generously padded outside arms and backs indicate high quality, and seat backs feature a bagged fiber construction that minimizes settling and helps retain the original shape and comfort. Optional Comfort Coil seating features individually pocketed spring coils that conform to your body to provide the best possible support. The PowerRecline® option lets you recline automatically to your favorite position with a gentle pull on a handle discretely hidden between the seat and arm.
- EasyOff Backs - Removable back for easier delivery and moving from room to room.
- Low-Leg Recliner - Fashionable chair design reclines easily with just a gentle push on the arms. Turned bun style mahogany finished wooden legs add style and elegance.
- Padded Outside Arms and Backs - Adds quality and durability to the chair.
- Backs with Bagged and Baffled Fiber - Helps ensure that back cushions maintain their shape and are comfortable for years to come.
- Comfort Coil Seating - Perfectly conforms to the weight and contour of your body providing the best support and comfort available.
- PowerRecline® - Effortlessly recline to your favorite position with the use of a small lever located between the arm and seat.
- Classic Nail Head Trim - Accents the classic curves of the furniture with distinctive antique brass or pewter nails.
Cover Options Available in fabric, 100% genuine top grain leather or LeatherPlus.*
* LeatherPlus combines leather and vinyl for value and comfort.
Available Pieces 3402 - 3-Way, Low-Leg, Recliner
3408 - 3-Way, Low-Leg, PowerRecline®,
H. 39.5" W. 35.25" O.D. 38"
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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