Stretch out in luxurious comfort on your own, or share the Hastings fabric recliner corner sofa with your (very lucky) family and friends. Contemporary style, deep seated comfort, a choice of fine fabric upholstery and advanced recliner options – for a fantastic value price.
Compact in its design yet roomy to relax in, this contemporary corner sofa is hand upholstered in a choice of beautiful European chenilles from the best mills in Europe.
We love this sofa’s modern style, with its outward curving arms and light or dark tapered beech wood feet. You’ll feel properly supported by the high backs with integral headrests s. The luxury fibre filled back cushions are conveniently zip-on, while the seat cushions are high-density foam so they keep their shape for longer. High gauge serpentine sprung add to the comfort.
The touch sensitive power recliners use advanced ergonomic technology to take you to your perfect position for relaxation. There are also manual or static options. And, as Hastings is a modular range, you can build your perfect sofa.
For modular choices, and the full range of upholstery colours, call 0800 804 8879.
The Hastings fabric recliner corner sofa is made in the UK for Furniture Village, part of the Coastal Collection.
Top Tip: To keep your fabric sofa or chair looking good, plump the seat and back cushions and any scatter cushions regularly, and – where possible – turn and rotate to ensure even wear. Plumping and rotation is important as interiors settle over time, and some fabrics can show wear on areas of more use or in direct sunlight. Using a soft brush or vacuuming with the curtain attachment weekly prolongs the life of fabric upholstery. Ideally clean professionally annually.
If your sofa or chair is a recliner model, please allow time for the recliner to settle. Minor gaps are necessary for ease of motion, and vary depending on floor type. Manual recliners can feel a little stiff at first, but the motion eases with use.
A slight variance in alignment and back cushion levels and small gaps between units is perfectly normal in modular sofas. Gaps usually close as interiors settle.