When flexibility is what you need, the Siesta chofa will fit the bill. At first glance, it appears a regular chaise sofa, but a closer look will reveal that the chaise is reversible to allow left or right facing, and that there is a Queen Plus size gel memory foam sleeper underneath the plush seat cushions. Comfortable day and night, the Siesta also has an attractive transitional look that will fit with your style and your space.
• Queen Plus sleeper chofa in Ink
• Two accent pillows included
• 4-inch memory foam mattress with gel
• Loose seat and back cushions
• 1.8 pound density foam
• 100 percent polyester
• Chofa folds out to 88" deep when Sleeper mattress is open.
- Nailhead trim and a dignified neutral ink gray round out this understated elegant design.
- The Siesta chaise is reversible to allow left or right configuration to fit in your space.
- Sleeper sofa features a comfortable Cool Jewel memory foam mattress-1" gel memory foam, 4" overall.
- Emerald upholstery collections offer consistent quality features-solid wood frames, padded sides and back, sinuous springs, and pocketed seat cushions for comfort and support.
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||Upholstery (W)-water based cleaners only
||LOADABILITY (40HQ): 43 CTNS
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Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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