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Markridge Recliner Lift Chair

Ashley Furniture

Quick Specs

  • Type: Recliners
  • WiFi Connected: No
The Markridge Power Lift Chair also reclines to a place where dreams are had! Covered in a faux leather (vinyl poly blend) with contrasting luggage stitching makes it a handsome edition to any decor, whether traditonal or contemporary.
One touch (hand control) power button with adjustable positions. Also features a tall back of 40 inches but with a slimmer width of 32 inches and a depth of 37 inches. Easily fits in most tight places.

This reclining lift chair is also available in a gray cotton poly blend fabric.


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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