The Sonoma High Leg Reclining Chair is the comfortably casual wingback that's unlike all the rest. It features the classic wingback silhouette, but on a slightly smaller scale, with thin arms, thin tapered legs and sophisticated welt trim. The look is structured and clean, for an updated look in any room. And, no one would suspect it's a recliner. Simply push back to enjoy two positions of instant reclining comfort. Make it yours with your choice of fabrics, finishes and other available upgrades.
Push-back recliner with the elegance of a stationary chair2-position reclining mechanismStructured, sophisticated lookUpdated wingback styleSlightly smaller scale than traditional wingbacksThin flared armsThin tapered decorative wood legsWelt trim detail on the arms, seat, wings and back cushionHigh-quality foam back provides added support and a clean appearanceCustomizable with your choice of fabrics, finishes and other available upgradesSpecifications:
Body Depth: 36.0"Body Height: 41.0"Body Width: 28.0"
- Push-back recliner with the elegance of a stationary chair
- 2-position reclining mechanism
- Structured, sophisticated look
- Updated wingback style
- Slightly smaller scale than traditional wingbacks
- Thin flared arms
- Thin tapered decorative wood legs
- Welt trim detail on the arms, seat, wings and back cushion
- High-quality foam back provides added support and a clean appearance
- Customizable with your choice of fabrics, finishes and other available upgrades
|Handcrafted in the USA
|Limited Lifetime Warranty
|Number of Cushions
|Overall Dimensions (in.)
||28W x 36D x 41H
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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