Taking its cue from modern design, the Douglas Reclining Sofa is a major update on the style front. Its streamlined silhouette is emphasized by angular padded arms and a tall back with distinctive lower back pulls and exposed wings. Detailed stitching accents Douglas' structured shape, while ultra-plush chaise seats and legrests show off its soft side. Convenient latch releases on the outside arms allow you to easily adjust the left and right backs and legrests for personalized reclining comfort, or recline without raising the legrests. Make it yours with your choice of fabrics and available upgrades.
Updated, modern styleReclines easily with dual side latch releasesLeft and right seats can recline independently, with or without raising the legrestsStructured, angled armsPadded outside armsArm pads wrap up from the bottom, over the arm post, to the seatUltra-plush chaise seats and legrestsTall pillow back provides excellent head supportLower back pulls with vertical and horizontal seamsHandsome topstitching detailsCustomizable with your choice of fabrics and other upgradesSpecifications:
Body Depth: 39.0"Body Height: 42.5"Body Width: 85.0"
- Updated, modern style
- Reclines easily with dual side latch releases
- Left and right seats can recline independently, with or without raising the legrests
- Structured, angled arms
- Padded outside arms
- Arm pads wrap up from the bottom, over the arm post, to the seat
- Ultra-plush chaise seats and legrests
- Tall pillow back provides excellent head support
- Lower back pulls with vertical and horizontal seams
- Handsome topstitching details
- Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other upgrades
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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