Whether you're longing for a grown-up look in the nursery, family room or bedroom, this low leg power recliner promises high style and cradling comfort. Rest assured, this chairs power reclining feature wont distract one bit from its chic aesthetic. Smartly placed power control is tucked inside the armrest, where its so easy to access yet nicely out of sight. Style elements include a robust tweed weave upholstery rich with texture and sculptural armrests with fashion-forward flair. Thanks to an extended ottoman, this low leg power recliner really does have you covered from head to toe.
- Corner-blocked frame with metal reinforced seat
- Attached cushions
- High-resiliency foam cushions wrapped in thick poly fiber
- Polyester/nylon upholstery
- Extended ottoman
- Power recline
- EZ power control (conveniently located between seat cushion and armrest)
- Power cord included; UL Listed
36" W x 37" D x 43" H
Inches: 36" W x 37" D x 43" H
Arm height: 59"
Distance between arms: 21"
Distance between recliner and wall: 18"
Footrest height: 18"
Fully reclined length: 69"
Minimum width of doorway for delivery: 30"
Seat depth: 54"
Seat height: 21"
Leg height: 4.25"
Top of cushion to top of back: 28"
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