The Brooks Reclining Loveseat with Console offers a casual blend of comfort and function, with an updated look that's cleaner and less overstuffed than you'd expect. Convenient latch releases on the outside arms allow you to easily adjust the backs and legrests for personalized reclining comfort, or recline without raising the legrests for even more comfort options. A thinner back and smaller arm posts give Brooks a modern, tailored silhouette that blends well with a variety of room styles. Between the seats, a handy center console provides extra armrest space, hidden storage and two cup holders. Make it yours with your choice of fabrics and available upgrades.
Generously sized seating for twoClean, casual styleChaise seats and legrestsSmaller arm posts and thinner arm pads provide a stylish, tailored lookThinner back design looks less overstuffedDual side latch releasesBoth sides can recline independently, without activating the legrestsCenter console provides armrest space, hidden storage and two cup holdersSingle needle top-stitching on the chaise seatsCustomizable with your choice of fabrics and other upgradesSpecifications:
Body Depth: 40.0"Body Height: 41.0"Body Width: 78.0"
- Generously sized seating for two
- Clean, casual style
- Chaise seats and legrests
- Smaller arm posts and thinner arm pads provide a stylish, tailored look
- Thinner back design looks less overstuffed
- Dual side latch releases
- Both sides can recline independently, without activating the legrests
- Center console provides armrest space, hidden storage and two cup holders
- Single needle top-stitching on the chaise seats
- Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other upgrades
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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