This curated collection has its beginning in upstate New York, Rachael's childhood home, and the place where she finds rest and retreat from the city. It features a relaxed traditional aesthetic, where unique pieces blend and mix in a no-fuss, casual way. Here you'll find Rachael's love for classic fabrics, warm colorations, and signature details such as nail head trims and tufting. Materials
Quality & Construction
Rachael Ray Home upholstery pieces feature quality components for superior comfort and durability: Hardwood frames with a lifetime warranty; heavy gauge sinuous wire seat springs with double tie wires and an extra row next to the arm for additional seating comfort and durability; Joints are mortise and tenon or double dowelled, glued, and corner blocked for long life and durability; Heavily padded arms, inside backs and edge roll; Comfort Coil Seat Cushion featuring a 2.0 density, high density foam core with 50-60 pocketed micro coils per seat, wrapped in Dacron fiber and inserted in a a cotton ticking; Toss pillows are a blend of 50% fiber and 50% feathers encased in a cotton sewn ticking.
Heavy gauge sinuous wire seat springs
Foam and fiber back
Comfort Coil seat cushion
Toss pillows made of 50% fiber and 50% feathers
- Tufted back
- Rolled panel arms
- Brass nail head trim.
- Also available with pewter nails
- Matching loveseat, chair and ottoman also available
- Available in a wide variety of fabric options.
*Item colors and configurations may vary. For more information regarding potential product options, please contact our store.
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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