Comfy Slipcovered Sleeper Sofa, White Denim
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Rachel Ashwell
Comfy Slipcovered Sleeper Sofa, White Denim

This slipcovered sleeper sofa features wavy welt lines, comfort wrinkles, and an unlined skirt for a look that epitomizes laid-back elegance. Its deep, plush seating has a soft yet supportive construction that will cradle your body's contours. The sofa is just as comfortable when opened into a bed: The five-inch-thick queen-size mattress has double-tempered coil springs, supportive layers of heavy felted fiber pads, and soft layers of hypoallergenic, mildew-resistant polyurethane foam. The prewashed slipcover, in Denim White, is machine washable for easy upkeep. Two pillows are included. The plush piece features cushions made of 1.8 density foam and wrapped in a combination of ticking and fiber, as well as back pillows made of microdenier fiber. Handcrafted in the USA.

Care: Slipcovers are machine washable on cold gentle cycle. Tumble-dry low. Do not line-dry.
Color: white
Dimensions: 90.5"W x 41.5"D x 37"H
Made Of: frame, high-density kiln-dried hardwood; upholstery, linen; fill, 1.8 density Ultracell foam core; back pillows, channeled 90/10 down blend in a down proof ticking
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
Seat Height: 20"
SKU: 76111812
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Returns: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
The Rachel Ashwell collection blends English elegance with California casual. The result is the eclectic aesthetic made famous by Shabby Chic designer Rachel Ashwell, which was founded on the philosophy of comfort, the beauty of imperfections, the allure of timeworn objects, and the appeal of simple, practical living. Perfect for creating classic and inviting settings, every piece in this line offers uncomplicated elegance and timeless appeal. “This collection is all about beautiful furniture that is both practical and scrumptiously comfortable,” Ashwell says.