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Ty Pennington Style Madison Chaise Lounge *Limited Availability

Item# 07134467000P | Model# 750.007.001 | Added on November 7, 2013 |
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Ty Pennington Style Madison Chaise Lounge *Limited Availability
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*Seasonal item with limited inventory.  Item is no longer available in all areas.Relax in style on the Madison Chaise Lounge from Ty Pennington.The Madison Chaise Lounge from Ty Pennington is crafted to provide the utmost comfort and style.  Thick, ultra-comfortable cushions welcome you to relax in bliss. With an adjustable backrest and classic and modern styling, the Madison Chaise Lounge provides a customized reclining experience and irresistable resort-inspired good looks.  Durable and strong, yet easy to move, rust-free aluminum frames are covered in a high-performance powder coated frame finish that's accented with hand-painted details.  Handwoven all-weather wicker has been meticulously wrapped around the frame, creating a classic and sophisticated lounge that blends in well with your existing outdoor decor.  Included with each lounge is a bolstered lumbar pillow that features fade-resistant fabric printed in shades of ruby, chocolate, ochre and tan.  The Madison Chaise Lounge has been designed to provide long-lasting comfort and style.

  • The Madison Chaise Lounge features an adjustable-back with rust-proof  aluminum frame for customized reclining and long lasting enjoyment
  • Weather-resistant high-performance powder-coated frame finish with premium hand-painted multi-step wood-grain accents make this lounger work with most decor styles
  • All-weather wicker back and sides are handwoven
  • UV- and weather-resistant olefin cushions,
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