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Bungalow Lounge Chair

Caracole Light
Modern Artisan Collection

Quick Specs

  • Type: Chairs
  • Width: 23.5"
  • Depth: 20.5"

Sink into a Bungalow classic. Borrowing details from a mid-17th century sofa made for Knole, a formal house in Kent, England, our Bungalow sofa is styled with cozy, comfy details. Clad in a rich mocha Chenille fabric with retro modern styling. Arms gently slope outward and boxy bolster pillows that extend to the sofa's base add comfort and design savvy. Wood base and tapered legs with square metal ferrules.

Seat Width: 23.5", Seat Depth: 20.5"

Loose Seat and Back Cushions, Loose Inside Arm Cushions, Metal Ferrule

Blendown Supreme Cushion, No Sag Seat

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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