Don't let tight spaces keep you from entertaining. Invite guests to gather on this l-shaped sectional that's large enough to seat the group but compact enough to fit spaces that typically can't accommodate a sectional. Customize the piece with one of our many fabric options for a look that's truly you. The tapered legs offer an elegant finishing touch in a walnut finish. The bed pillow backs are semi-attached, while the seat cushions are boxed and loose. The quality of the interlocking laminated hardwood frame and poly cushion filling means that this will be a piece that you can enjoy for years to come. Dimensions: W93", D90", H39".
The Alexander with Roll Arm Collection is pure comfort and classic style. It's about plush cushions and rolled arms, finished with tapered legs with a walnut finish. These are the pieces you want to sink into after a long day, and they're the ones you want to show off to guests when they arrive. The Alexander with Roll Arm Collection shows that we don't have to choose between coziness and beauty.
Finding the perfect piece is hard - that's why we let you build your own. With this piece in the Sectional Builder, you can add in and remove sectional pieces until you have just the right shape and size, then pick out your favorite fabric and color! We'll even give you the exact dimensions and price as you go - for design that fits.
*Item colors and configurations may vary. For more information regarding potential product options, please contact our store.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
Note: delivery occurs from Graham, North Carolina and generally calculates to $2/mile from that location. We offer FREE delivery within 25 miles.
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