Transitional lines present this wing chair with a timeless appeal as an accent chair, while the plaid fabric updates it with Farmhouse styling. You will love this for seating in a living room, bedroom, den, or office.
The 263 Transitional Plaid Wing Back Chair, made by Fusion Furniture,
is brought to you by Rooms and Rest. Rooms and Rest is a local furniture store, serving the Mankato, Austin, New Ulm, Southern Minnesota area. Product availability may vary.
Contact us for the most current availability on this product.
Exposed Wood Leg
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263 Chair by Fusion Furniture at Rooms and Rest
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Sinuous springing system. We reinforce the springs with a 16 gauge border wire to maintain a uniform ride in our seating. We double spring on the ends nearest the arm to give a good balance in the seating. Typically we use approximately 5 springs per seat.
Majority are constructed with all hardwood. The remaining styles are made of a mixture of hardwood and densified fiberboard, a furniture specific compact plywood alternative. The stress points are reinforced with blocks to secure a long lasting frame. The traditional method of nailing frames together for strength and stability is used.
Padding & Ergonomics
Our foam is an industry standard 1.8 density with compressions varying according to cushion size. All cushions are Dacron wrapped to give the cushions an attractive crown. All styles in our line-up have fully reversible cushions. The fiber we use at Fusion is an imported conjugated hollow-fill fiber that gives each filled pillow the rebound needed to ensure quality, comfort and life.
1 year warranty to original purchaser on all parts excluding fabric. **See warranty tag for further details.
Item & Dimensions
The 263 collection is an amazing option if you are looking for Transitional. Our store serves the Mankato, Austin, New Ulm, Southern Minnesota area.