As inviting as it is stylish, the Bridgewater Sofa centers your room with quiet luxury. The sloping Charles of London arms invite you to sit, and the plush "pure feathers" cushions will convince you to stay! The T-shaped seat cushions and welted back cushions are easily removeable for a quick fluff. Choose your fabric and either pyramid legs, turned legs, or skirted base. For even more designer options, come to your Bassett Furniture store and choose from 850 designer fabrics, several wood leg finishes, nail head trim styles, cushion construction options, and contrasting welt colors. W80" D43" H35"
Add the sparkle of real designer style to your room, with all the relaxing comfort of a favorite pair of slippers. Bassett Furniture's Designer Comfort collection defines classic luxury, with ultra plush "pure feathers" seat and back cushions. Beyond that, choose your fabric and either classic waterfall skirts or tapered wood legs in either pyramid or turned style. In store options include nail head trim, seat plushness choices, leg finishes, designer fabrics, and contrast welt. Whatever you choose, you're assured of a stylish look. Choose from two styles: Bridgewater and Exeter. The Bridgewater group features low, elegantly curved Charles of London arms and a T front design; the Exeter group sports a high back, graceful thin sloping track arms, and boxed seat cushions. The Bridgewater group includes a sofa, accent chair, ottoman, and small L-shaped sectional. The Exeter group includes a sofa, studio sofa, accent chair, small L-shaped sectional, and ottoman. Whichever style you choose, you're guaranteed a designer look that's short on pretention, long on comfort.
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