Beaconfield Power Reclining Loveseat

SKU:
4370174
  • Sold Out! - Sandstone / Fabric
Price:
RM7,499.00 MYR
Product Description +

The Beaconfield power reclining loveseat is made exclusively for those wanting a sumptuously comfortable recliner—that looks nothing like a recliner. Far from the usual leather/faux leather option, this power reclining loveseat is wrapped in a textural chenille upholstery that’s warm and cozy. Tufted box cushions and sloped pillow top armrests lend a rich, contemporary aesthetic, while exposed feet in a dark faux wood finish are something you’d see on an armchair, not a recliner. What a fashion-forward way to kick back in style.

Product Features:: Dual-sided recliner

Polyester upholstery

Corner-blocked frame with metal reinforced seat

Attached back and seat cushions

High-resiliency foam cushions wrapped in thick poly fiber

One-touch power control with adjustable positions and zero-draw USB plug-in

Zero-draw technology only consumes power when the USB receptacle is in use

Zero wall design requires minimal space between wall and chair back

Power cord included; UL Listed

Extended ottoman for enhanced comfort

Exposed tapered feet

Weight and Dimensions +

Weight : 203.0 lb
Dimension : 72"W x 39"D x 42"H

Specifications +

Vendor Modal Number :4370174
Assembly Required : No Assembly Required
Warranty : 365 days
UPC : 024052777062
Vendor Colour : Sandstone
Vendor Style Name : Beaconfield
Function : Motion
Volume : 46.99 ft3

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