Emory Breathable Faux Leather Manual Double Glider Reclining Loveseat


|| Fremont & Park – Emory Collection ||

The transitional profile of the Emory Collection is given a modern edge with the diamond stitching of the seats and electronic conveniences. The dual glider love seat features manual reclining mechanisms allowing for ease of motion when going from seated to reclined. Additional functionality comes in the form of the love seat’s console, its lift-top hidden compartment featuring USB ports, receptacles, and cupholders providing a convenient spot for beverage and accessory storage. Breathable faux leather upholstery is featured in a complementing contrast of two-tone gray for perfect pairing to your home’s décor.


  • One (1) piece of manual reclining loveseat
  • Solid wood and pine wood frame construction
  • Two-tone breathable faux leather upholstery
  • Pillow-top arm and diamond stitching accent
  • Pull-tab manual reclining seat at dual ends
  • Seated, reading, and napping position
  • Seat base features gentle gliding motion
  • Storage console with (2) cup holders
  • Storage console with USB ports and receptacles
  • Packed and shipped in (1) box

About Cushions

  • (Attached) Back Cushion: Polyester Fiber
  • (Attached) Seat Cushion: Foam + Pocket Coil + Dacron

Product Dimension

  • Overall Dimension: 77.0W x 38.5D x 41.5H inch
  • Seat Dimension: 57.0W x 22.5D x 21.0H inch
  • Armrest Height: 26.0 inch
  • Full Extension Depth: 64.0 inch
  • Required Back Clearance: 5.0 inch
  • Required Doorway Width: 26.0 inch
  • Product Net Weight: 196.5 lbs
  • Weight Capacity: 300.0 lbs per seat

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Care Instruction

  • Fabric Cleaning Code (X): Use vacuuming or light brushing only
  • Always do a spot test before cleaning your furniture
  • Avoid exposing furniture directly to sunlight, heating, or air conditioning outlets

 Buyer disclaimer

  • Color may vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings
  • Due to manual measurement, please allow 0.5~1.0 inch difference
  • “Left” and “Right” describe the front orientation when facing the product