Acme Furniture Mahler II Loveseat W/4 Pillows in Beige Linen LV00486

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SKU: LV00486
Regular price $1,318.35
Regular price Sale $1,520.00 Sale price $1,318.35

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Create a clean, contemporary look with the gently curved Mahler II living room set. The inner wooden frame and block plastic legs offer maximum support. Upholstered in a beige textured-linen fabric. The barrel seat back makes for plush, modern depth that envelopes guests in comfort and style from all angles. The included accent pillows complement the set beautifully.


  • Seat Construction: Pocket Coil
  • Wooden Inner Frame
  • KD Legs
  • Plastic Legs
  • Tight Back & Loose Seat Cushion
  • Accent Pillows Included
  • Sloping Armrest
  • Removable Seat Cushion Cover


  • Foam Density: D25/D28
  • Cushion Thickness: 6""
  • 4 Pillows Included
  • 65""L x 37""D x 32""H
  • Weight: 98 lbs
  • Materials: Wood, Composite Wood, Upholstery, Plastic
  • Materials (Type of Wood): Wood(Eucalyptus), Plywood, Linen, Foam, Plastic
  • Assembly Required: Yes

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