The Timber Stationary Sofa comes standard with a Spring Down seat cushion and Loose Back with your choice of leather & finish. This style features 8-Way Hand Tied construction.
Leather: 982200-97 (no longer available)
||78" 78 INH
||38" 38 INH
||36 1/2" 36 1/2 INH
||200 lb 200 lb
||120.34 cu ft
||Standard Mahogany finish. Other finishes available at no additional cost.
||Hundreds of leather options available.
||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.
||Loose back cushion firmly secured with Velcro. Filled with 100% virgin polyester fibers enclosed in a special ticking designed to provide pillow-soft comfort.
||Timber Stationary Sofa 8-Way Hand Tie
||This style employs double-cone coil springs that are eight-way hand tied and then secured to polypropylene webbing that is reinforced with steel banded grids for additional support.
||Sofas, Three Cushion Sofas
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