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Rocker: Rocker Recliners are reclining chairs that have the ability to rock forwards and backwards.
Wall Recliner: Wall Recliners are reclining chairs that can be placed flush with the wall. Most recliners tend to take up more space when in the reclined position, while Wall Recliners have the ability to recline without taking up more space allowing you to place it in direct contact with the wall.
High Leg: High Leg Recliners are reclining chairs with an exposed wood leg raising the chair higher than most recliners. High Legs can come in many forms, most are "ball and claw" or "cabriole" style legs.
Lift Recliner: Lift Recliners are reclining chairs that have the ability to lift a person from the chair without an effort of standing out of the chair. Lift Recliners are ideal for those whom have trouble going from a standing to seating position.
Love Seat: Reclining Loveseats typically feature two seats that recline and accommodate more than one person. A loveseat may be a good choice for those who need more seating in addition to a sofa and chairs, or can be perfect as the main seating in a smaller home.
Massage Chair: A chair with built in massaging motors, typically with a remote control for changing the location and strength of massaging.
Chair and Ottoman: Reclining Chair and Ottoman: Reclining Chair and Ottoman sets include a chair with a reclining back and a matching ottoman for resting your feet. These chairs can be less bulky and easier to move than a traditional recliner, but still offer a very comfortable place to sit.
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Rocker: ReclinerRocker Recliners are reclining chairs that have the ability to rock forwards and backwards.
Wall Recliner: Rocker ReclinerWall Recliners are reclining chairs that can be placed flush with the wall. Most recliners tend to take up more space when in the reclined position, while Wall Recliners have the ability to recline without taking up more space allowing you to place it in direct contact with the wall.
High Leg: High Leg ReclinerHigh Leg Recliners are reclining chairs with an exposed wood leg raising the chair higher than most recliners. High Legs can come in many forms, most are "ball and claw" or "cabriole" style legs.
Lift Recliner: Lift ReclinerLift Recliners are reclining chairs that have the ability to lift a person from the chair without an effort of standing out of the chair. Lift Recliners are ideal for those whom have trouble going from a standing to seating position.
Love Seat: Love Seat
Massage Chair: Massage ChairA chair with built in massaging motors, typically with a remote control for changing the location and strength of massaging.
Fabric: Upholstery covered with fabric. Many pieces are available in multiple fabric options including natural fiber, synthetic, and micro-fiber.
Leather: Leather upholstery can be covered in a range of differnet leather types. Options include Full-Grain, Suede, Partial Match and more.
Other: Includes items not classified above.
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Fabric: Upholstery covered with fabric. Many pieces are available in multiple fabric options including natural fiber, synthetic, and micro-fiber.
Leather: Leather upholstery can be covered in a range of differnet leather types. Options include Full-Grain, Suede, Partial Match and more.
Other: Includes items not classified above.
Attached Back: Firmly attached pillows or cushioning that cannot be removed.
Semi-Attached: A Semi-Attached Back has attached pillows that can often be removed. These pillows can be attached in many different ways including clips or velcro, however some attached back pieces have sewn on pillows that cannot be removed.
Camel Back: A camel-back piece has a hump or raised curve at the center of the back.
Loose Pillow: Upholstery with pillows that can be removed. These pillows are not attached in any form and are set in place on the sofa.
Tufted: Often with buttons or nail head, tufted backs use fasteners to attach the the back pillows to the sofa, love seat or chair.
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Attached Back: Firmly attached pillows or cushioning that cannot be removed.
Semi-Attached: A Semi-Attached Back has attached pillows that can often be removed. These pillows can be attached in many different ways including clips or velcro, however some attached back pieces have sewn on pillows that cannot be removed.
Camel Back: A camel-back piece has a hump or raised curve at the center of the back.
Loose Pillow: Upholstery with pillows that can be removed. These pillows are not attached in any form and are set in place on the sofa.
Tufted: Often with buttons or nail head, tufted backs use fasteners to attach the the back pillows to the sofa, love seat or chair.
Rolled Arm: An arm style in which the arms are turned outward, making a half or full circle shape on either side of the piece. Some arms in this style are so curved they create a scroll shape. This style can be seen in both casual and formal pieces.
Pillow Arm: A large padded pillow attached or fastened on top of the arm often found on casual pieces.
Flair Arm: A arm that curves or extends slightly outward from the piece. Often found on modern or contemporary pieces.
Exposed Wood: Often with detailed woodworking, an uncovered or visible wood arm.
Track Arm: A straight, vertical arm with clean lines and defined shape. It is neat, sleek and uncomplicated, and is commonly found on contemporary or casual furniture.
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Rolled Arm: An arm style in which the arms are turned outward, making a half or full circle shape on either side of the piece. Some arms in this style are so curved they create a scroll shape. This style can be seen in both casual and formal pieces.
Pillow Arm: A large padded pillow attached or fastened on top of the arm often found on casual pieces.
Flair Arm: A arm that curves or extends slightly outward from the piece. Often found on modern or contemporary pieces.
Exposed Wood: Often with detailed woodworking, an uncovered or visible wood arm.
Track Arm: A straight, vertical arm with clean lines and defined shape. It is neat, sleek and uncomplicated, and is commonly found on contemporary or casual furniture.
Exposed Wood: An uncovered or visible wood leg.
Metal: An uncovered or visible metal leg.
Upholstered: No visible leg and the fabric and frame extend to the foor.
Skirt: A fabric or leather flap attached to the bottom of the piece covers the base.
Other: A leg or base style not classified above.
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Exposed Wood: An uncovered or visible wood leg.
Metal: An uncovered or visible metal leg.
Upholstered: No visible leg and the fabric and frame extend to the foor.
Skirt: A fabric or leather flap attached to the bottom of the piece covers the base.
Other: A leg or base style not classified above.
Traditional: Calm, orderly, and conventional. Traditional style is functional and uncomplicated furniture pieces. However, there are many traditional pieces that adhere to the non-trendy design principle, while still being appropriate for a formal space.
Contemporary: Contemporary style boasts clean lines and unique shapes. You will notice neutral elements accentuated by bold colors and geometric patterns. Contemporary style holds both casual and formal appeal.
Casual: Warm, comfortable and inviting. Casual style is defined by simple details and neutral colors. Textured elements of fabrics, along with softer choices wood finish, creates a comfortable atmosphere. You may notice accent details on there pieces such as ruffles, pleats, and buttons.
Cottage: Cottage Styles are popular for their vintage good looks and romantic feel. Using painted pieces, pale floral fabrics, and pretty accessories, the cottage look can take many forms. The overall effect is charming and comfortable
Mission: Furniture made mostly from oak and marked by simplicity and durability. Design is usually rectangular.
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Traditional: Calm, orderly, and conventional. Traditional style is functional and uncomplicated furniture pieces. However, there are many traditional pieces that adhere to the non-trendy design principle, while still being appropriate for a formal space.
Contemporary: Contemporary style boasts clean lines and unique shapes. You will notice neutral elements accentuated by bold colors and geometric patterns. Contemporary style holds both casual and formal appeal.
Casual: Warm, comfortable and inviting. Casual style is defined by simple details and neutral colors. Textured elements of fabrics, along with softer choices wood finish, creates a comfortable atmosphere. You may notice accent details on there pieces such as ruffles, pleats, and buttons.
Cottage: Cottage Styles are popular for their vintage good looks and romantic feel. Using painted pieces, pale floral fabrics, and pretty accessories, the cottage look can take many forms. The overall effect is charming and comfortable
Mission: Furniture made mostly from oak and marked by simplicity and durability. Design is usually rectangular.
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Era Nouveau 18108 Power Recliner - 18108-47P
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508 01542 Recliner Relaxer - 0154269SO
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Vendor 44 UXM8812M Glider Recliner - U8812-L1-1K-2046
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Vendor 392 106 HS Swivel Glider Recliner - 106-93-20
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106 HS (by Vendor 392)
Vendor 392 106  Swivel Glider Recliner - 106-93-42
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106 (by Vendor 392)
LDI 692 Swivel Glider Recliner - 692-83
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Southern Motion Krypto  Rocker Recliner - 1150
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Krypto (by Southern Motion)
Vendor 610 Recliners  Rocker Recliner - 9490-5280
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Southern Motion Recliners Marconi Rocker Recliner - 1102
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714 Milano Recliner and Ottoman - 7440-032
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Milano (by 714)
Southern Motion Recliners McLaren Big Man Recliner with Power PLUS - 2232 Power Plus
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Human Touch Immersion Seating ZeroG™ 2.0 Massage Chair - 10-ZG20-002
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Immersion Seating (by Human Touch)
Southern Motion Recliners Soho Recliner - 1635
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508 01542 Recliner Relaxer - 015265SO
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01542 (by 508)
Vendor 6455 Voyager POWER
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Voyager (by Vendor 6455)
LDI 1137 Three Way Recliner - 1137-86
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Southern Motion Recliners Nantucket Rocker Recliner - 1130
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Recliners (by Southern Motion)

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