Acme Furniture Lydia Motion Loveseat W/Console & Usb in Brown Leather Aire LV00655
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Cuddle up in this decadently plush Lydia sofa set. The set is upholstered in a warm and earthy brown leather-aire. Distinctive elements include wraparound padded armrests, along with a few hidden surprises. The richly styled reclining sofa features a drop-down tabletop with cupholders and AC power and USB ports to accommodate the modern home. The loveseat includes a center console that also features cupholders and AC power and USB ports. The recliner features a gliding mechanism for added comfort.
- Seat Construction: Pocket Coil
- Tight Back & Seat Cushion
- KD Back
- Sofa w/Drop Down Cup Holder
- Sofa & Loveseat w/USB Port
- Console Included w/2 Cup Holder
- USB Port Included
- Motion: 2 Seaters
- Storage w/Safety Hinged Lid
- Foam Density: D24
- Required Back Clearance to Recline:23""
- 80""L x 38""D x 40""H
- Weight: 171 lbs
- Materials: Wood, Composite, Upholstery, Mechanism
- Materials (Type of Wood): Wood, Plywood, Leather Aire, Foam, Mechanism
- Assembly Required: Yes
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I just got my pallet shipment and the boxes seem a bit damaged, what should I do?
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