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Product description

Color:Navy Blue

Comfort and style all in one. The Becca Collection settee by Jennifer Taylor Home is an ideal choice for the entryway, hallway or living areas. Design features such as vertical channel tufting with buttons, a curved back, and tall tapered solid wood legs are sure to make this piece standout in any room. Beautifully hand-crafted, the kiln-dried solid wood frame upholstered in high-quality fabric and premium high-density foam padding will ensure this piece provides years of comfort and use.


From the manufacturer

Izzy Celine Jared Mia Stella
Izzy Tufted Settee Celine Tufted Settee Jared Tufted Settee Mia Tufted Accent Settee Stella Tufted Settee
Style Izzy Celine Jared Mia Stella
Leg Shape Round Round Square Round Round
Accessories None None None None None
Nailhead Accents No Yes No No Yes
Assembly Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Seat Height 18.5 inches 19 inches 18 inches 19.5 inches 19 inches
Seat Width 46 inches 47 inches 45.5 inches 38.5 inches 43.5 inches
Seat Depth 20 inches 22 inches 20 inches 20 inches 21 inches
Overall Dimensions 51.5"Lx29.5"Wx39.5"H 56"Wx27"Dx30"H 51"Lx24"Wx29"H 52"Wx30"Dx32.5"H 53.5"Wx31"Dx34.5"H
Color Options ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

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