When it comes to head-turning looks and a high-quality feel, this sectional in chocolate brown is sure to whet your appetite. Because only the best will do for you, this decidedly contemporary sectional is covered in genuine leather for your pleasure. The sectional's low-profile back, deep chaise and prominent stitched detailing lend a casually cool sensibility. And for that much more comfort: back and seat foam cushions with a special feather-fiber blend.
- Includes 2 pieces: right-arm facing corner chaise and left-arm facing sofa
- "Left-arm" and "right-arm" describe the position of the arm when you face the piece
- Corner-blocked frame
- Zippers keep chaise cushion from sliding
- Cushions are constructed with a special feather-fiber blend encasing a foam core
- Genuine leather typically covers inside areas such as the back, seat and arm cushions; skillfully matched faux leather covers the remaining areas
- Due to its natural origin, real leather can show individual characteristics such as healed scars, growth marks, grain variation and shade variation
- Natural variations make each hide unique and do not detract from the wearing qualities of leather
- Semi-attached back cushions
- Loose arm bolster pillows included
- Exposed feet with faux wood finish
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||124''W x 76''D x 35''H
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