With an updated take on the traditional recliner sectional, the Alberta marries old fashioned comfort with current style. Contemporary charcoal gray, piped edging, and a pillow design reminiscent of tufting, with a modern twist, all come together to create this transitional set. The design will anchor your room and the comfort will ensure it is everyone's favorite place to be.
• Six piece reclining sectional in charcoal
• Three reclining pieces LSF, RSF, and armless
• Also includes armless chair, console, wedge
• Two stainless steel, removable cup holders
• Console offers convenient storage
• Fixed back and seat cushions
• Two pound density foam
• 100 percent polyester
- With three reclining seats, everyone will be able to claim their favorite spot.
- Luxurious comfort is yours with plentiful cushion in the pillowtop back and arms.
- Cleans easily with a vacuum or brush.
- Contains a console and two removable stainless-steel cup holders.
- Emerald upholstery collections offer consistent quality features-solid wood frames and legs, padded sides and back, sinuous springs, and foam seat cushions for comfort and support.
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||Upholstery (W)-water based cleaners only
||LOADABILITY (40HQ):18SETS (6PC MODULAR)
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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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