The Highback Slat Chair-Footstool represents a classic Mission style with a modern twist. So it makes a great addition to your upscale living room or den. Add to this its best-in-class upholstery. And you’ll enjoy the highest levels of comfort.
Eye-catching, Mission-style slats and corbels are first to catch the eye. Also, we finish the back of the chair with slats. So the chair looks great from all angles.
Our Amish cabinetmakers make sure the Highback Slat Chair-Footstool is sturdy and durable. So that’s why they use solid regional hardwoods. Like oak, maple, cherry and hickory. In addition, they integrate tried-and-proven mortise and tenon joints. And this is understandable. Because our cabinetmakers are the best in the Midwest. No wonder the chair is heirloom-quality!
We designed the Highback Slat Chair-Footstool to excel in comfort. The cushions are made from Qualux Ultra 2.5 lb. density polyurethane seating foam. And it’s the best in the industry. Also, the optional springs beneath the chair seat enhance comfort even more.
You can order the Highback Slat Chair-Footstool as shown or unfinished. Or, you can make it uniquely yours by telling us your preferences. Like the wood specie and finish. Also, you can choose from several genuine full-hide leather or faux leather options. Or, select from hundreds of available fabrics. (The fabric shown is 25-19 Davey.)
When your Amish-built sofa chair is ready, you may pick it up 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 Highback Slat Chair-Footstool
Ready for a quote? Just 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. In addition, click the “Get Your Customized Quote” button. Live close to Shipshewana, Indiana? Visit our store. And explore our wide assortment of Amish-built furniture for yourself.