Dramatically transform your living space with the rustic look of weathered leather you love-at a fraction of the cost. That's the beauty of this faux leather sofa sleeper. Washed in earthy Southwestern tones, with generous back and seating support and jumbo window-pane stitching-it envelops you in comfort and quality. Classic elements such as roll arms and turned feet bring in just enough traditional touch, while an easy-glide pull-out queen mattress makes for modern convenience.
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- Corner-blocked frame
- Attached back and loose seat cushions
- Cushions with ultra-supportive, pocketed coils
- 2 decorative pillows included
- Pillows with soft feather inserts; zippered access
- Nailhead trim
- Exposed feet with faux wood finish
- Included bi-fold queen memory foam mattress sits atop a supportive steel frame
- Memory foam provides better airflow for a cooler night's sleep
- Memory foam encased in damask ticking
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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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