In charcoal gray, this power reclining loveseat with console and adjustable headrest offers the warm feel of fabric and the cool, rustic look of leather. Caressing you in comfort, the faux leather dual-sided recliner features luxurious bustle back cushions, plus jumbo window-pane stitching and nailhead trim for style. Easy View™ power adjustable headrests offer a primo view of the TV even when you're fully reclined, to enhance your relaxation. Chill out while you recharge thanks to a USB port built right into the one-touch power control. For added convenience, the center console includes 2 cup holders and a hidden storage compartment.
- Dual-sided recliner
- Center console with 2 cup holders and hidden storage
- One-touch power control with adjustable positions
- Corner-blocked frame with metal seat box
- Attached back and seat cushions
- Nailhead trim with antiqued finish
- High-resiliency foam cushions wrapped in thick poly fiber
- Faux leather upholstery
- Easy View™ power adjustable headrests
- Power control includes zero-draw USB plug-in
- Zero-draw technology only consumes power when the USB receptacle is in use
- Power cord included; UL Listed
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||Power Reclining Loveseat with Console
||PWR REC Loveseat/CON/ADJ HDRST
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