armchair. Thursday , March 23rd , 2017 - 08:44:44 AM
Visiting stately homes or taking guided tours of palaces or castles will very often result in seeing a chesterfield sofa in beautiful surroundings. However a hotel or bar will be just as likely to have a chesterfield, and many establishments design their interior to fit in with chesterfield sofas in order to attract a more discerning clientele, and to create an air of affluence. A trip to chesterfield itself may pay off for the keenest fans, however chesterfields can be found all over the world, in court buildings, wealthy homes, offices, waiting rooms, meeting rooms, coffee shops etc. You will never have far to go to find one.
The retail price of these chairs is around $2,300, $2,400, $2,400 and $2,800 resp. Apart from price, styling and chair size there is really no difference at all between them. The HT 125 is the smallest with the HT 140 being the largest. The HT 136 and HT 140 come with solid oak armrests. The massage functions available are: Rolling (1 speed), Kneading, Compression and Percussion (all with 2 speeds). The massage range control is Full, Upper, Lower and Manual Position. They come with Spot and Partial Range massage. There are a variety of colors and they all come upholstered in leather with match leather vinyl. Why, the HT140 should cost $400 more is anyone's guess, so unless you're really keen on its design, the other models offer better value for money.
True story: I have a cousin who's young boys took a knife to his leather sofa and just absolutely destroyed it. They poked probably 50 holes in it. Don't tell him I said this, but what in the world was he thinking letting those guys even have access to the knives?! I think he deserved what his couch got. When these sorts of oddities occur, there really isn't much that anyone can do. But generally, leather is the most durable material you can get a sofa in.
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