Beautiful, traditional style is enhanced with modern features and ergonomics with the Beau power recliner with power headrest. Striking nailhead trim and flange-edge stitching detail make a timeless design statement that looks equally at home in a modern farmhouse living room or rustic man cave. Soft, pad-over arms, a contoured seat and extended footrest offer exceptional comfort, while Zero Gravity technology provides a feeling of weightlessness. Useful features such as a charging port, power headrest and automatic power recline offer added convenience that will make Beau your favorite spot in the house.
- Striking nail head trim on the front of the arms
- Soft, pad-over arms provide lasting comfort
- A hidden, extended footrest folds out to provide additional leg support when fully reclined
- Contoured seat with waterfall chaise cradles you in while the divided back provides lower back comfort
- Customize your comfort with a power control that adjusts the recline and headrest independently
- Zero Gravity recline puts you in the ideal position that reduces pressure and gives you a feeling of weightlessness
- A third button on the power control allows you to fully recline or close up with one touch
- The power control includes USB-A and USB-C ports for convenient charging
- Available in two fabric color options that are durable and easy to clean, yet have an authentic leather look
- Built to last with our patented Flexsteel DualFlex Spring System-sturdy steel ribbons attached to flexible coils that offer a wide range of motion and durability
- Removable backs for easy moving throughout the home
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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