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Don’t let its stylish, stationary chair looks deceive you. Lane’s Fritz High-Leg Recliner with its sleek Charles of London arm and button-tufted back has all the ease of a standard recliner. You’ll find Fritz comfortable in a formal living room or a den. It features tapered block legs and a Hide-A-Chaise® design, offering an extra-large, upholstered safety support for the leg rest. Its seat cushion has individually pocketed and independently active coils that provide uniform consistent support.
Don’t keep the luxury of Lane’s Belle High-Leg Recliner hidden from your guests. This upscale recliner looks like a stationary chair and easily fits into any living room, thanks to its quality upholstery, cherry finish, and turned legs. The secret lies in its Hide-a-Chaise™ design, which offers an extra-large, upholstered safety support for the leg rest. Available in fabric or leather
The elegant Chloe has the look of a stationary chair but the comfort of a high-leg recliner. Its turned legs with a warm-walnut finish and dignified design make it an integral part of Lane’s Classics Collection™. Experience top-level seating, thanks to the thick back and the sturdy seat cushion. The Hide-a-Chaise™ design provides a large, upholstered safety support for the leg rest.
Hide a recliner in the living room, thanks to Lane’s high-leg recliners like the Hampton. This wingback chair has tightly rolled arms and Queen Anne legs with a medium-cherry finish. Part of the Classics Collection™, it fits neatly among cherished antiques. Its design offers a large, upholstered safety support for the leg rest. Over-wrapped seating coils assure a durable cushion.
Give your living room a sophisticated look by adding the Savannah High-Leg Recliner (Nailhead Trim). Styling includes distinctive wingback sides, rolled arms, and Queen Anne-shaped legs with a cherry finish. Part of the Classics Collection, the Savannah demonstrates Lane’s expertise with better upholstery and comfort. It’s a secret worth revealing when you lean back in style.