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Norfolk Slipcovered Accent Chair

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Chair: 31.5″W x 36″D x 39″H. Slipcovered or Upholstered with Non-Skirted Base.
Seat: 20.5″D x 20″H. Arm: 27.5″H.
Legs, swivel or swivel glider base.

The Norfolk Slipcovered Accent Chair has slim, straight arms and a flush seat cushion. Standard, firm, feather blend or comfort chic cushions available for no upcharge. Topstitch welt only available on slipcovers, and is not available with outdoor fabrics. Each piece is hand made and finished to order.  This chair is part of the Shoreline Slipcovered Furniture Collection.  This US based workshop has been making custom slipcovered furniture for over 30 years.

This collection includes:

  • Washable slipcover fabrics
  • 400 fabrics – cottons, linens, and performance fabrics
  • Performance fabrics: stain, liquid, fade-resistant
  • 10 fabric grades: solid cottons to performance grade linens
  • Heavy duty frame with cross-tied steel spring drop-in coil
  • Available with legs, swivel or swivel glider
  • Seat cushions – 1.8 HR foam core. Standard, firm, feather blend, Comfort Chic 
  • Contrast welt, contrast throw pillows in any fabric, no upcharge
  • Replacement slipcovers available for all frames

Specifications

Dimensions

Chair: 31.5"W x 36"D x 39"H. Seat: 20.5"D x 20"H. Arm: 27.5"H. Slipcovered or upholstered. Skirted base. Legs, swivel or swivel glider base available. 400+ fabrics including washable cottons, linens, and performance fabrics. Standard, firm, feather blend or Comfort Chic seat cushions.

Frame & Suspension

Frame: Constructed of 7/8" kiln-dried engineered hardwoods. All components are precision cut on computer controlled machine tools for precision and repeatability. All wood joints are interlocked, glued, and reinforced with glued and nailed corner blocks to provide long term strength and durability.

Suspension: Drop-in Coil is a pre-assembled, machine-made and machine-tied steel spring coil system which has been growing in popularity as a very durable and cost effective method to achieve the performance of a traditional eight way hand-tied system without the expense.

Cushions

Standard seat cushion: The standard seat cushion is a 1.8 density high-resiliency (HR) foam core, wrapped in a soft high quality polyester fiber, and encased in a down-proof ticking cover. The standard cushions offer a 10 year resiliency warranty.

Firm seat cushion: The firm seat cushion is the same construction as the standard seat cushions but with a slightly stiffer foam core. The firm cushion is approximately 20 – 30% firmer depending on frame style and fabric. The standard cushions offer a 10 year resiliency warranty.

Feather blend seat cushion: The feather blend cushion is a 1.8 HR foam core wrapped with a blend of 50% Ultima Supreme fiber, 45% duck feathers and 5% duck down tucked in a feather barrier duvet cover. This is a premium construction which will supply a very cushy, soft feel. This type of cushion does require fluffing and turning to maintain appearances. The feather blend cushions offer a 5 year resiliency warranty.

Comfort Chic seat cushion: The Comfort Chic seat cushion is the same 1.8 HR foam core but wrapped with Trillium micro denier fiber inside a cotton ticking case. This cushion provides the same softness as a feather blend cushion but with more resilience in returning to the original shape after use. The Comfort Chic cushions offer a 5 year resiliency warranty.

1.8 lb HR (high resiliency) Foam Core – the quality and life of a seat cushion is determined by the foam core. Foam core design includes foam density (lbs of foam per cubic foot), the resiliency of the foam and the compression rating of the foam. Foam weight is an important factor in the life of a seat cushion. The more foam material per cubic foot the longer the seat cushion life. Foam core density varies from .5 lbs per cubic foot (low use, short life) to 2.5 lbs per cubic foot (high commercial use, longer life). 1.8 lb density foam falls within the category of industry-grade foam for furniture. It is sturdier and can last longer compared to its lower density counterparts. The conformity of 1.8 lb density foam and its ability to offer support is higher. HR Foam or High Resiliency foam is a special grade of foam used in furniture. Unlike standard grade foam, it has more resilience, meaning the ability to bounce back up. Finally, foams in any rating will have 6 – 10 compression ratings (weight required to compress cushion by 25%). The higher the compression rating the firmer the seat cushion. Compression ratings will vary by frame style, seat cushion size and other design factors. Compression ratings determine the feel of the seat cushion but do not affect the life of the seat cushion. Seat cushion life is determined by foam density and resiliency rating.

Trillium micro denier fiber: What is Trillium? It's a hypoallergenic, man-made alternative product to down. It's made of polyester micro denier fibers created to mimic the feel of a down plumule. It is finely processed and has a highly siliconized surface. It is a good option if you are allergic to down feathers and like comfy cushions.

Back cushions: The back cushions are channeled polyester fiber encased in a down-proof ticking cover.

Fabrics

Shoreline fabrics tend to be durable cotton, polyester, linen and performance fabrics which work well in a slipcovered construction. Although it is recommended to have slipcovers dry-cleaned to ensure long life, many of the fabrics have been pre-washed which allow the slipcovers to be machine washed. Slipcovers also include fit allowances to support washable slipcovers. Dry-Clean Only fabrics and slipcovers with contrast welts are not suitable for machine washing.

Fabrics are offered in different grades. Lower grades tend to be solid colors in cotton or cotton blends. Printed patterns, advanced treatment fabrics, and linen blends have higher grades. Linens, solution dyed acrylic fabrics and advanced treatment linens are the highest grades. Fabric grade is not necessarily an indication of fabric life and durability.

Washable fabrics: Cottons, cotton blends, and linens are prewashed and machine washable. All polyester fabrics, Sunbrella and other solution dyed acrylic fabrics can not be prewashed and are not machine washable. All fabrics are coded as washable or dry clean only. A fabric care code is also included in each fabric with detailed care instructions for each fabric care code.

Performance fabrics: Performance fabrics can be divided into two broad groups: solution dyed acrylic fabrics (like Sunbrella) and advanced fabric treatment processes to improve the performance of traditional fabric materials.

Solution dyed acrylic fabrics: Stain, Liquid, UV, Fade Resistant. Bleach cleanable.

Acrylic fabrics are durable, high-performance synthetic fabrics made from acrylic fibers. They have some advantages including lower specific gravity, mildew-resistant properties and an ability to manage moisture. To add color and enhance fabric performance, acrylic fibers can be solution-dyed.

When something is solution-dyed it means that the color dye is added during the liquid stage prior to being cooled, and then it is spun into yarn. In essence, the color is actually part of the actual fibers produced. Solution-dyed material is dyed through the entire thread, whereas stock-dyed material is only dyed on the outside. Solution-dyed fabrics will hold their color longer due to the entire thread being dyed.

The benefits of solution dyed fibers aren’t immediately apparent. You might not notice any difference between them and their vat dyed peers unless you look under a microscope. However, in practical use, their value becomes clear. Because the color saturates each entire fiber and thread, it’s almost impossible to fade or bleach it away. Solution dyed acrylic fabrics are some of the most colorfast in the textile industry. They’re ideal for healthcare and foodservice applications because you can clean them with harsh, germ-killing substances like diluted chlorine bleach without losing their vibrancy. They’re also ideally suited for outdoor use in both residential and commercial settings. Piece dyed fabrics such as cotton, polyester and linen start to fade almost immediately after sun or water exposure, but solution dyed fabrics stay bright and cheery through every season. In the past, solution dyed fabrics were typically not as luminous as yarn-dyed fabrics, but they’ve come a long way. Today’s solution dyed fabrics are rich and vibrant enough to rival the brightest surface colored alternatives easily.

Popular brand names: Sunbrella, Outdura, Inside Out, Fortress

Advanced Fabric Treatments: Stain and Liquid Resistant

Yarn and fabric manufacturers have been developing better fabric production and treatment processes to enhance the stain and liquid resistance performance of traditional cotton, polyester and linen fabrics. This allows upholstery and slipcover companies to offer all the benefits of traditional fabrics – color, pattern, look, feel – but with better application performance. These treatments are built into the fabric and are superior to after the fact fabric protection processes.

Popular brand names: Crypton, Defend, Breathe

Seams

Corded Welt: Traditional corded welts are standard with many styles. Choose between the same frame fabric or a contrasting fabric. Fabric welts can also be applied on the bias (45 degrees) to give striped fabrics or other select fabric welts a distinctive look.

Clean Seam: No stitching is visible at the seam.

Single Stitch: A single stitch is visible on one side of the seam. There are 6 different thread colors available.

Top Stitch (double stitch): Two stitches are visible on each side of the seam. There are 6 different thread colors available. Not available with solution dyed acrylic fabrics.

Shoreline Slipcovered Furniture Collection

The Shoreline Slipcovered Furniture Collection offers a full range of custom slipcovered sofas, sectionals and chairs for the living room, family room, bedroom and dining room. This workshop specializes in making comfortable and durable furniture with washable slipcovers. All products can be custom designed with many different frames, configurations, seat cushions, back cushions, sleepers, seams and fabrics. Each piece of furniture is individually made to offer the maximum design flexibility. Fabric options include cotton, linen, and performance fabrics in over 400 colors and patterns. This US based workshop has been making custom slipcovered furniture for over 25 years.

Product Description

Chair: 31.5″W x 36″D x 39″H. Slipcovered or Upholstered with Non-Skirted Base.
Seat: 20.5″D x 20″H. Arm: 27.5″H.
Legs, swivel or swivel glider base.

The Norfolk Slipcovered Accent Chair has slim, straight arms and a flush seat cushion. Standard, firm, feather blend or comfort chic cushions available for no upcharge. Topstitch welt only available on slipcovers, and is not available with outdoor fabrics. Each piece is hand made and finished to order.  This chair is part of the Shoreline Slipcovered Furniture Collection.  This US based workshop has been making custom slipcovered furniture for over 30 years.

This collection includes:

  • Washable slipcover fabrics
  • 400 fabrics – cottons, linens, and performance fabrics
  • Performance fabrics: stain, liquid, fade-resistant
  • 10 fabric grades: solid cottons to performance grade linens
  • Heavy duty frame with cross-tied steel spring drop-in coil
  • Available with legs, swivel or swivel glider
  • Seat cushions – 1.8 HR foam core. Standard, firm, feather blend, Comfort Chic 
  • Contrast welt, contrast throw pillows in any fabric, no upcharge
  • Replacement slipcovers available for all frames

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