The Kerley Sectional with Full Recline at both arms is available in your choice of hundreds of leather and fabric selections. This style features semi-attached backs and Spring Down seat cushions. This style comes standard with Mahogany finish although any of our wood finishes can be ordered with no additional cost. This style is standard with a Motion Power Button and a Battery Pack is available for an upcharge.
- Crafted in North Carolina, USA
- All Top Grain Leather
- Custom Leather Options In Store
- Custom Sectional Configurations Available
- Matching Reclining Sofa, Loveseat and Chair Available
- Matching Stationary Sofa, Loveseat and Chair Available
- 6-8 Weeks For Custom Orders
||Please note that the printed dimensions are approximate and could vary up to 2 inches since each style is handmade.
||The frame is engineered from the finest multi-ply, 7/8 inch laminated hardwood components that are precision machined for an exact fit. Mortise and Tenon joints are reinforced with cross-banding to create frames with superior dimensional stability.
||For quality tailoring and durability, the outsides are padded with strong bonded fibers.
||Spring Down-Cushions consist of a 4 1/2 inch MARSHALL coil unit encased in premium foam. The cushion is then wrapped with a low melt fiber on top and bottom. The Spring Down cushion is then surrounded by a down-proof ticking filled with a luxurious blend of down, feathers and fibers. This cushion is designed to provide superior comfort combined with great resiliency.
||Semi-Attached. Filled with 100% virgin polyester fibers enclosed in a special ticking designed to provide pillow-soft comfort.
||932 Kerley Sectional
||This style employs sinuous wire springs attached to each frame and covered with synthetic webbing.
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