American Leather Kaden Chair.
The charming Kaden Chair from American Leather features a classic frame with gently sloping arms, loose cushions for a relaxed look, square tapered wooden legs, and double-needle top-stitching. The American Leather Kaden Chair is also available as a Recliner.
Effortless style and sumptuous comfort define this sofa, which undoubtedly accounts for its enduring popularity. The versatile Kaden by American Leather can be dressed up or down depending on your choice of covering. Appealing design details abound, including a classic frame with gently sloping waterfall arms. Styled to blend with any decor, the American Leather Kaden Chair offers a wide variety of options.
About American Leather.
As a founding member of the Sustainable Furniture Council, a nonprofit organization created to promote sustainable practices in the furniture industry, American Leather® is committed to making our products and manufacturing operations environmentally friendly.
This commitment begins at the very foundation of our custom-made furniture. Each frame is constructed from wood harvested from sustainable forests and is precision-engineered to create as little scrap as possible. The scrap that remains is recycled or reused
The American Leather Kaden Chair is available in hundreds of leathers and fabrics.
Kaden Chair by American Leather.
Sofa 84"W x 39"D x 34"H
Love Seat 61"W x 39"D x 34"H
Chair 37"W x 39"D x 34"H
Ottoman 41"W x 27"D x 19"H
Recliner 37"W 36"H Extended Length 63" 11" Wall Clearance is Needed.
Advanced unidirectional suspension system.
Premium high-density, high-resiliency foam seats.
Welt cord detail on arms.
Loose back and seat cushions.
Lifetime warranty on frame and suspension.
Premium high-density, high-resiliency foam seats encased in down.
Extra-firm premium high-density, high-resiliency foam seats encased in down.
Extra-firm premium high-density, high-resiliency foam seats.
Contrasting welt cord detail on arms.
Wood legs available in Acorn, Espresso or Walnut finish.
WILL IT FIT?
It is your responsibility to ensure that all the items you are purchasing will fit in the intended areas of your home. If your home has narrow doorways, staircase turns, or low ceilings, you should measure these locations to ensure proper fit.