A modern take on a classic, the Zest II chair is familiar enough to fit into existing decor, yet still modern enough to be a conversation piece in its own right. This chair features a tall, tight back with welt detailing for a clean, streamlined appearance, while a coordinating PosturePlush seat cushion provides a comfortable seating surface that will withstand the test of time. Unique round arms are gently scalloped to add visual interest to the piece, and it fully reclines for even more luxury. Tall, finished, tapered wood legs round it out in style.
- Full upholstery for ultimate versatility
- Unique scalloped arms gently arch for added comfort
- Lovingly crafted by experienced artisans for ultimate quality
- Solid construction with sturdy steel springs and kiln-dried wood
- Precision-cut materials for strength and durability
- Handcrafted in the USA of domestic and imported materials
- This product is a swivel chair
*Item colors and configurations may vary. For more information regarding potential product options, please contact our store.
|Legacy Style / Piece
||Down Blend Cushion
||Trillium Fiber in Bags
|Recline Mechanism Type
||Power Button - Inside Arm
|Seat to Arm Height
|Proximity to Wall (recline)
|Open Recliner Length (inches)
||WARNING California's Proposition 65 →
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