The Benzley is an accent chair of all trades with a smooth, barrel back silhouette and a swivel glider base for effortless rocking and spinning. With three different fabric choices each paired with their own supportive kidney pillow in a coordinating print, this one-of-a-kind chair adds a fresh sophisticated look without losing the comfort of home. With Benzley, you’ll be sure to display the perfect touch of classic details with a modern vibe.<br /><br /><b>Product Features</b><ul><li>The Benzley swivel glider accent chair brings a modern vibe to your space in a fresh, sophisticated look. This barrel back swivel accent chair is paired with a supportive kidney pillow in a pop-of-interest print for a design that’s one-of-a-kind.</li><li>Tufted: No</li></ul><br />
Benzley – Swivel Rocker – Pebble Gray Stripe
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SKU: U3672-04-13 Category: Swivel Chairs
|Dimensions||36.6 × 35.4 × 30 in|
About Emerald Home
At Emerald Home, we’re committed to family. And family’s not just the folks who might sit around our dinner table—family includes those we work with and live near too. Each year Emerald Home donates time, resources, and furniture to help support local organizations. Because it’s important to share with family. Started in 1962 as B&D Sales by Bond and Doug Shippy, the company distributed bed frames and unfinished furniture. In 1974, George Ritchie (a company representative at that time) purchased the business. The company was incorporated in 1977 and continued to grow, adding a number of additional product lines. Evan Ritchie purchased the company from his father in 1986, starting a whirlwind of growth. In 1990, Evan purchased a mattress factory, Perfect Rest Bedding, and in 1993 he added an import division known as Emerald Home Furnishings. Ownership changed in March of 2002, and David Beckmann led as CEO.
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