The Willow swivel glider features subtle elegance created by gently combining transitional elements into a chair that is perfect for the most formal, as well as the most comfortable room settings. Willow's most notable feature is its picture frame back with wings that flow into softly flared arms and further accented by the shaped front rail and T-seat cushion. Not only does Willow look exquisite but it sits incredibly well because of its generous seat cushion made from Energex polyfoam. All this plus a swivel mechanism can be custom-tailored to your setting with hundreds of fabrics and leathers available for special order.Available SKUs
Swivel Glider Chair
38"H x 32"W x 38"D
- Included Features - Energex Cushion - The Energex Cushion provides revolutionary technology, changing the motion furniture category. This density foam core combined with the Energex maximum performer topper provides a unique combination of superior, conventional, and specialty foam, delivering the new standard for premier motion furniture and seating comfort. Feature details include open-cell design allowing for rapid dissipation of body heat, thermal performance cooling to improve temperature control and strut reinforcement technology for extreme durability.
- Included Features - Swivel Glider - If you're looking to never miss a thing from the comfort of your chair while also being able to effortlessly glide back and forth, Southern Motion offers the Swivel Glider feature when selecting a new chair for your home. Offering sturdy support, smooth movements, and unmatchable comfort, this chair addition is the perfect feature to give you exactly what you need when it comes to your living room seating.
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