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Costway Set of 2 Dual-use Upholstered Rocking Chair Nursery Armchair w/Pillow Light Grey

Item# SPM15718842824 | Model# 2HW65825SL | Added on October 12, 2020 |
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Costway Set of 2 Dual-use Upholstered Rocking Chair Nursery Armchair w/Pillow Light Grey
$425.99
$509.99
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Are you still worried about choosing a rocking chair or an accent chair to highlight your chic home decoration style? Don’t worry. Our 2 in 1 armchair is a perfect solution to improve your life! With two types of chair feet, it can be used as a rocking chair or an upright feet chair to meet your different needs. Rubber wood legs and solid wood frame are sturdy to support 330 lbs without wobbling. And breathable linen cover with friendly touch will offer you maximum comfort. High backrest, cozy armrest and thick padded cushion ensure optimal softness and good resilience. Ergonomic design can perfectly conform to the curve of the body to achieve ultimate relaxation. You can sit on the chair to enjoy leisure time!

Features:
2 types of rubber wood feet to be a rocking chair or a sofa chair, 2 in 1 design
Solid wood frame to ensure sturdiness and durability
High back and ergonomic armrest to offer better relaxation
Breathable linen cover with good touch and maximum comfort
Thick cushion is filled with soft sponge, spring for increased resilience
Comes with a pillow to support the waist
Non-slip foot pads to protect the floor from scratches
Max weight capacity can reach 330 lbs
Concise style adds an elegant element to your home
Suitable for living room, study, balcony, office, etc
Easy to assemble under the detailed instruction

Specifications?
Color: Light Grey
Material: Rubber Wood + Pine Wood + Linen + Sponge
Dimension of Rocking Chair: 28" x 31" x 40"(L x W x H)
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