Come home and relax from the comfort of this upholstered chair. Flared arms and button tufting give it a casual look, while the foam filled seat provides plenty of cushioning and support. Pair with an ottoman for a great way to rest your legs and kick back.
The 236 Casual Chair with Flared Arms, made by Smith Brothers,
is brought to you by Fine Home Furnishings. Fine Home Furnishings is a local furniture store, serving the Columbus, Dublin, Reynoldsburg, Upper Arlington, Westerville Ohio area. Product availability may vary.
Contact us for the most current availability on this product.
Custom Fabrics or Leathers
Leg or Base
More than 900 covers to choose from (leather and fabric).
Flare Tapered Arm
Construction & Materials
Smith Brothers uses heavy duty triangle metal brackets to add support to high-stress areas. In addition, all stress joints in recliners are dowelled, glued, and reinforced with screws and staples.
Under each single-seat cushion is a pre-engineered, heavy-gauge coil-spring unit with an elevated front support edge that ensures individual comfort for each person. All spring connections are insulated to ensure silence.
Made In the USA
Each piece is hand-cut and hand-assembled, using only the finest kiln-dried maple hardwoods. All frame joints are double-doweled and corners feature corner blocks secured by both glue and screws. Legs are built into frame.
Padding & Ergonomics
A 2.5 lb density polyurethane foam, is considered the highest quality foam available in the upholstered furniture industry. Qualux ® Ultra is standard in every seat cushion enabling us to offer a lifetime guarantee against loss of resiliency.
All arm caps are fully tailored and all piece of furniture consist of hand-matched fabrics. Self-decking is included on each of our loose cushion seating pieces, to give a full continuity of fabric pattern—even beneath the cushions.
Smith Brothers proudly offers a lifetime warranty on hardwood frames, spring units, and Qualux Ultra seating cushions and a two-year warranty on tilt-back and swivel mechanisms.