$495.00

Wingback Naptime Rocker in Poplar and Grey Twill with Slipcovers

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This listing is for the Naptime wingback model with ottoman and slipcovers in twill fabric.. Modern design meets tradition in this Wingback Rocker. Perfect for the modern nursery, a fusion of design elements means this Wingback chair is not fussy or old-fashioned, but modern and contemporary. The tall square back gives plenty of lower lumbar support and is tall enough to rest your head, while the 4-inches of foam in the seat give a very comfortable seating experience.
The sides of this chair are made of poplar hardwood while the back and seat frame are hardwood/plywood for durability. The chair has a very smooth rocking motion.
This fabric is a grey twill on the chair (three grey twills are available, Graphite (darker) French grey (lighter) and the steel grey which is similar to the grey linen fabric shown here, an upgrade) with 100% cotton chevron fabric on the ottoman and matching cushion. Also available with the elephant fabric. Fabric samples are available at no charge upon request.
The chair measures about 24" wide by 30" deep by 38" tall with a seat which is 21" wide by 19" deep. Crafted in my workshop in Ontario, Canada, not made in China. Compare to similar rockers from Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware and you'll see the great value here!
The chair ships in 6 pieces with easy assembly. SORRY NO SHIPPING TO THE U.S. ; CDN ORDERS ONLY.

These chairs come with a standard seating that consists of a solid base formed into a curve, with 4” of high-density foam, poly batting and fabric. Very comfy and supportive, much like a good office chair. If you would like softer, plusher seating, check out the Premium Seating option Sold Here!
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