About Our Recliners - Reclining Chairs & Sofas

There's no better spot for a nap than a recliner! The best way to kick up your feet after a long day, the recliner chairs of today feature comfy cushions, innovative reclining mechanisms, luxurious upholsteries, and stylish silhouettes. From reclining loveseats to lift chairs, and power sofas— find your perfect match from our assortment to meet your taste, needs, and budget.

Recliners Materials

With two common controls for recliner sofa and sectional, the manual release models allow you to recline more slowly. In contrast, modern power recliners seamlessly adjust to your perfect position at the touch of a button. All constructed with foam seat cores, each manual and power recliner ensures the highest level of durable plush comfort and support from head to toe. Available with elegant leather-like or fabric upholstery, choose from a wide variety of colors to coordinate and complement your style preference.

Seating Options with Recliners

From Madison Park, Luonto and Palliser our selection of recliners come in multiple options to fit your living room and more. In your choice of manual or electric power motion, reclining chairs seat one, while double reclining loveseats comfortably seat two, and sectional, and sofa recliners can seat three or more. 

What Else You Should Know About Recliners

All recliners allow you to achieve maximum relaxation, but unique features like center consoles, cup holders, and power headrests maximize the convenience factor. Power headrests adjust your head to a perfect viewing angle, avoiding any neck strain while fully reclined. Models with no-gap chaise cushions offer additional support that eliminates open gaps.

Learn More About Recliners Chairs and Sofas

Today's best recliners do much more than just recline! While all recliner chairs lay back, some also glide. You can also find Wall Recliners, Massage Recliners, and even Double Recliners!

Yes, all recliners have foot lifts! You can raise your legs, lean your head and shoulder back, or both.

Typically, yes, you can remove the back of a reclienr chair. To unlock the back of the recliner from its base, push up on the small metal hook built into the side of the recliner. Then detach it by holding onto both sides of the recliner back and pulling upwards.

On a hot day, a leather recliner might heat up, causing you to sweat and stick to the leather. Instead, you may want to choose a recliner from a cool fabric.

Typically, no. A power recliner is either plugged into an outlet or has a backup battery power. If it runs out of power from either of these sources, you won't be able to manually push or pull it down without risking breaking it.

Just a simple dab on a stain will do! Don't get the recliner too wet and don't spray harsh chemicals like bleach on your recliner.

Yes! Researchers tell us that the 135-degree reclining position put the least stress on the spine and may reduce the risk of back pain. They recommend that people who sit for long periods of time correct their sitting posture and find a chair that allows them to recline.

As long as a child is old enough to understand not to play on a recliner, this should be fine- yes.

The choice is yours! You certainly don't have to, but if you want an extra layer of protection against pet hair and stains you can put a cover over your reclining couch.