Acme Furniture Picardy Chaise Lounge W/2 Pillows in Pattern Fabric & Antique Pearl Finish 96910
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Exclusive Design Lounge Chaise w/Pillows Material: Fabric Padded Base with Nailhead Trim, Raised Scrolled Molding Trim with Vintage Hand-Brushed Tight Back & Loose Seat Cushion Construction: Pocket Coil Seat, Wooden Inner Frame Backrest: Arched, Rolled Armrest Oversized Queen Anne Leg Collection Picardy
- •Lounge Chaise w/2 Pillows
- •NO Storage
- •Padded Base with Nailhead Trim, Raised Scrolled Molding Trim with Vintage Hand-Brushed
- •Fully Padded: Scalloped Base
- •Tight Back & Seat Cushion)
- •CONSTRUCTION] SEAT: Pocket Coil; Inside Frame: Wood, Box Cushion w/Welt •BACKREST: Arched, Tight w/Molding Trim
- •ARMREST: Rolled w/Molding Trim
- •Queen Anne LEG
- •Material: Fabric (Backrest: Floral Pattern, Seat: Stripped Pattern, Base: Solid Pattern)
- •Pillows Included or Pillows: Assorted Shapes (Contrast Pattern, RC)
- 78""L x 34""W x 38""H
- Weight: 119 lbs
- Materials: Upholstery, Poly-Resin
- Materials (Type of Wood): PU, Wood (Rbw), Wood Veneer (Cherry), Poly-Resin (Fiberglass)
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I just got my pallet shipment and the boxes seem a bit damaged, what should I do?
Do not allow the driver to leave. Prior to signing for the merchandise, note all damage that you can see on the pallet, (ie: tears in the box, punctures in the box, boxes with crushed corners) and write all visible damages directly on the bill of lading that you need to sign to accept the merchandise. Failure to do so may affect your ability to claim shipping damage due to rough or careless handling by the shipping company.