Ellie Reclining Chair
Product number: M1910A-WVF-38866
- Solid Construction
- Metal End Frames
- Wallhugger Mechanism
- Coil Springs Standard
- Plush Upholstery
- Overall: 33 W x 38 D x 41 H
- Seat Size: 26 1/2 W x 20 D x 19 1/2 H
The Ellie Reclining Chair gives you all the comforts of a deluxe recliner with a more trim design.
You’ll enjoy the plush upholstery. We made it from Qualux Ultra 2.5 lb. density polyurethane seating foam. Which is the best in the industry. Also, the standard coil springs enhance the soft, yet firm, support. As the seat reclines, your feet are raised. So you can relax in your favorite position. And the available power option makes it easier than ever.
Another great feature of the Ellie Reclining Chair is the wall-hugger feature. Because it lets you place the sofa close to the wall. And the chair reclines fully without touching the wall. (A forward-gliding chair mechanism makes this possible.)
The Ellie Reclining Chair is solidly constructed and comes with metal end frames. So it will hold up to heavy usage for decades to come. Also, you can complement this reclining chair with the Ellie sofa and loveseat.
With hundreds of available fabrics to choose from, you can choose the fabric that fits your décor and style. (The unit shown is C8-59 Metal fabric.) Or, you may prefer a genuine full-hide leather or faux leather.
When your custom recliner is completed, we will have it ready for pickup at our ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana. Or, we can ship it to any address in the continental United States.
How to Order the Ellie Reclining Chair
Ready for a quote? Click on the “Customize This Product” link. And tell us your choices for hardware, wood specie/finish and other options. Also, to make your selections easier, click on the “Customize” drop-down button. And check out the options for stains and finishes. Then click the “Get Your Customized Quote” button. Live relatively close to Shipshewana, Indiana? Visit our store. And explore our wide assortment of Amish-built furniture for yourself.
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