Kipling Power Rocking Recliner with Headrest and Lumbar 1HR758
For those in search of contemporary chic, our Kipling Power Rocking Recliner with Headrest and Lumbar is the one you've been waiting for. Its slim profile and tastefully padded arms keep the look clean and tailored, while the split back and flange stitching allow it to blend easily with a number of styles. Kipling features a foam upper back and a fiber-filled lower back for just the right mix of comfort and support. Its one-piece chaise seat and legrest creates a continuous zone of comfort in the reclining position. The handy wired remote allows you to adjust the back, legrest, headrest and lumbar for an unlimited number of relaxing positions. When you're not reclining, it's a relaxing rocker with a smooth, graceful motion. Make it yours with your choice of fabrics and other available upgrades.
Slim, contemporary/transitional design
Blends easily with other pieces and styles
One-piece chaise seat and legrest creates a continuous zone of comfort
Split back design, with foam upper and fiber-filled lower cushioning
Rocks and reclines for total comfort
Adjust the back, legrest, headrest and lumbar independently with wired remote
Double-picked blown fiber fill for improved cushion loft and shape retention
High grade foam seat cushions that maintain their comfort and appearance
Premium grade fabrics and leathers tested to resist wear and fading
Handcrafted in the U.S.A. with U.S. and imported parts
Includes our Limited Lifetime Warranty
Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other available upgrades
Plugs into an AC outlet
Body Depth: 38.0
Body Height: 42.0
Body Width: 35.0
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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