The Collins Right-Arm Cuddler is a unique addition to your Collins sectional, ideal for snuggling up or stretching out. Featuring deep, wide seats, the Collins is big on comfort, with simple lines, overscaled rolled arms and welt trim for a style that looks good and feels even better. Collins comes standard with patented ComfortCore® cushions, providing just the right amount of support for a long or short sit. Make it yours with your choice of fabrics and available upgrades. Includes two 20" accent pillows. A matching ottoman is available separately.
Modular piece for Bexley sectionalComfortably Casual stylePatented ComfortCore® cushionsDeep, wide seatsIncludes overscaled rolled right arm (as you are seated in the cuddler)Decorative wood legsWelt trimIncludes two 20" accent pillowsDecorative wood legsCustomizable with your choice of fabrics and finishesFull sleeper sofa module available, featuring Supreme Comfort™ quilted innerspring mattress measuring 71.5" L x 52" W x 5.5" DMatching ottoman available separatelySpecifications:
Body Depth: 40.0"Body Height: 37.0"Body Width: 64.0"
- Modular piece for Bexley sectional
- Comfortably Casual style
- Patented ComfortCore® cushions
- Deep, wide seats
- Includes overscaled rolled right arm (as you are seated in the cuddler)
- Decorative wood legs
- Welt trim
- Includes two 20" accent pillows
- Customizable with your choice of fabrics and finishes
- Full sleeper sofa module available, featuring Supreme Comfort™ quilted innerspring mattress measuring 71.5" L x 52" W x 5.5" D
- Matching ottoman available separately
|Handcrafted in North America
|Limited Lifetime Warranty
|Number of Cushions
|Overall Dimensions (in.)
||64W x 40D x 37H
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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