Item Number: 8410268 Slate
This on-trend sofa chaise sleeper is so casually contemporary. The 1970s era meets modern day allure with an energetic geometric pattern on the toss pillows. Paired together with slate colored menswear chenille, it's incredibly comfortable and a show stopping sight. Pullout queen memory foam mattress is an added comfort for overnight guests.
- Corner-blocked frame
- Attached back and loose seat cushions
- High-resiliency foam cushions wrapped in thick poly fiber
- 2 decorative pillows included
- Pillows with soft polyfill
- Polyester upholstery and pillows
- Chestnut/blue/white pillows
- 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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Items that are not indicated as "In stock" or "Express Shipping" may need to be ordered. We order inventory regularly, and we work with manufacturers to get our products delivered in a timely manner, but please be aware it can take 8-10 weeks for inventory to arrive. If you have questions about the availability of an item, please call 605-348-5100 and our customer service team would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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