High Stretch Recliner Sofa Slipcover 4-Pieces

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4-piece spandex recliner cover

Product Description:

  • Perfect Fit:Our recliner cover are one-size-fits-most. Best choice for both manual and electric styles. The four-piece design can cover every corner of the sofa. The strapless and elastic bottom design allows the lid to be well fixed in place without moving.
  • Meticulously Engineered:More than the function-over-fashion slipcovers that might come to mind,This recliner covers are functional and beautiful. Thoughtful design 2 holes for footrest controller, right side pocket featured for easy life.
  • Long Lasting Protection: Perfect to protect your sofa from stains, baby’s poo, Dogs’ and Cats’ Hair or any other damages.
  • Comfortable and Easy Care: Jacquard  material is ultimate comfort and machine Washable, this couch cover wil save much time for you.

Note:

  • Sofa Back Height: 29″ to 37″
  • Sofa Back Width: 24″ to 33″ 
  • Sofa Bottom Length: 26″ to 34″
  • Sofa Seat Width: 24″ to 37″
  • Always measure recliner back width and back height before ordering.
  • Please allow 1-2cm (0.4-0.8″) error due to manual measurement.

Installation Steps:

  1. DRAPE THE FURNITURE:Position the slipcover with the labels.Evenly slip on the furniture,Align the seams.
  2. DRAPE THE ARMS:Using the 2 sections labeled“arms”cover the arms on the recliner.
  3. DRAPE THE SEAT:Stretch out the recliner so that the seat cover extends forward.
  4. ATTACH:Attach any elastic straps beneath the recliner.Tip the recliner on its side to gain access to the underpinnings.
  5. TUCK&SMOOTH:Adjust the cover to make sure it fit the furniture .Then you can enjoy it.

Package Included:

  • 1 x Recliner Chair Cover(4-pieces set)

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17 reviews for High Stretch Recliner Sofa Slipcover 4-Pieces

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Joy

I¡¯m in love with this product. I washed it as soon as it came in and it held up great..no shrinkage or snags at all. I got the wine color and it¡¯s just as pictured even when stretched out and it¡¯s so so soft and comfy. Took no time at all to put on. No instructions needed and it fits like a glove which I was worried about because it¡¯s an overstuffed recliner. It¡¯s seems to stay in place really well too. Hasn¡¯t slid or moved hardly at all. Fabric is kind of thin though so I wouldn¡¯t recommend allowing sharp kitty claws. All in all 10/10 would buy again and will if and when I need another furniture cover!

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Joy

I¡¯m in love with this product. I washed it as soon as it came in and it held up great..no shrinkage or snags at all. I got the wine color and it¡¯s just as pictured even when stretched out and it¡¯s so so soft and comfy. Took no time at all to put on. No instructions needed and it fits like a glove which I was worried about because it¡¯s an overstuffed recliner. It¡¯s seems to stay in place really well too. Hasn¡¯t slid or moved hardly at all. Fabric is kind of thin though so I wouldn¡¯t recommend allowing sharp kitty claws. All in all 10/10 would buy again and will if and when I need another furniture cover!

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agypsyfoot2

I was hesitant to purchase, was hesitant to write a review until the covers had been on for at least 3 weeks, and was hesitant to even put it on as it looked as if it wouldn't fit! Glad I bought it - it has been on 3 weeks and it hasn't shifted, and it was easy to put on. I have a leather power chair - fairly big. I made no adjustments to the slit for a hand recliner I did stitch a small puff ball near the power buttons so I can find them easily. So far I am delighted with this cover. I often wait 3 or so months to write reviews once the flush of purchase has worn off. For now, I highly recommend this. If you need a cover for a party or gathering, it could be used for that, as well, it is that easy to install. Might give an update in several months - but I think it will still be a good one. One con - the company label on the arm in the front which in the photos show as a white spot on the right arm. Not attractive.

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agypsyfoot2

I was hesitant to purchase, was hesitant to write a review until the covers had been on for at least 3 weeks, and was hesitant to even put it on as it looked as if it wouldn't fit! Glad I bought it - it has been on 3 weeks and it hasn't shifted, and it was easy to put on. I have a leather power chair - fairly big. I made no adjustments to the slit for a hand recliner I did stitch a small puff ball near the power buttons so I can find them easily. So far I am delighted with this cover. I often wait 3 or so months to write reviews once the flush of purchase has worn off. For now, I highly recommend this. If you need a cover for a party or gathering, it could be used for that, as well, it is that easy to install. Might give an update in several months - but I think it will still be a good one. One con - the company label on the arm in the front which in the photos show as a white spot on the right arm. Not attractive.

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Karen R

After reading the reviews and reading that this cover seemed to be more flexible fitting than most I ordered it for my recliner (which I had been shopping to replace it looked so bad).First - after the usual tucks and adjustments it fits like it was made for it!This is a fairly old recliner - one of the small space savers with very narrow & short arms so I have had a very hard time finding a coverthat even with MAJOR adjustments would look even OK. So finding one that I could make fit like it was made for it was worth 5 Stars all alone.Second - it looks fantastic!I would have accepted Fair but this made my living room look like I had done a make over. My neighbor was amazed - her first comment was WOW - now you don't need to buy a new recliner. This one is perfect for your Living Room!It was very easy to put on and the fabric looks more sturdy than some reviewers indicated which was a relief as I have a cat (or maybe cats?).Bottom line - if you are looking for a quick make-over or a reason to avoid buying a new recliner don't hesitate to try this one!

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holmanart

I am pretty impressed with this slipcover. It took about 15 minutes to wrangle it on properly, and the instructions are very minimal. You have to figure out where to loop the elastic ties underneath the structure of your chair on your own. There¡¯s a lot of tweaking, pulling and adjusting as you¡¯re trying to get it on, but ultimately the results are very impressive. I especially appreciate the design which makes the seams lineup nicely with pre-existing arm seams so that it looks like actual upholstery in a lot of ways. My one critique is that I could not get the arm covers to loop around on the inside of the seat to hide the elastic. I will keep working on it and update if I manage to figure it out.This works better as a two person job, especially when attaching the last piece under the seat. You will need somebody pushing the elastic loop through the seat from the front, and another person underneath looking for where it is coming out. Don¡¯t be afraid to pull, it really helps to get things positioned properly. I also had to flip the chair upside down a couple of times to locate ideal spots for the elastic loops to anchor. I opted for the curvy wire supports under the chair seat rather than trying to hook it on to any moving parts. The pocket on the side was a bonus I hadn¡¯t expected or realized was there, and the hole for the recliner handle fits nicely if you take the time to adjust it properly. A vast improvement over the previous appearance of our tired old chair!

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holmanart

I am pretty impressed with this slipcover. It took about 15 minutes to wrangle it on properly, and the instructions are very minimal. You have to figure out where to loop the elastic ties underneath the structure of your chair on your own. There¡¯s a lot of tweaking, pulling and adjusting as you¡¯re trying to get it on, but ultimately the results are very impressive. I especially appreciate the design which makes the seams lineup nicely with pre-existing arm seams so that it looks like actual upholstery in a lot of ways. My one critique is that I could not get the arm covers to loop around on the inside of the seat to hide the elastic. I will keep working on it and update if I manage to figure it out.This works better as a two person job, especially when attaching the last piece under the seat. You will need somebody pushing the elastic loop through the seat from the front, and another person underneath looking for where it is coming out. Don¡¯t be afraid to pull, it really helps to get things positioned properly. I also had to flip the chair upside down a couple of times to locate ideal spots for the elastic loops to anchor. I opted for the curvy wire supports under the chair seat rather than trying to hook it on to any moving parts. The pocket on the side was a bonus I hadn¡¯t expected or realized was there, and the hole for the recliner handle fits nicely if you take the time to adjust it properly. A vast improvement over the previous appearance of our tired old chair!

Image #8 from holmanart

holmanart

I am pretty impressed with this slipcover. It took about 15 minutes to wrangle it on properly, and the instructions are very minimal. You have to figure out where to loop the elastic ties underneath the structure of your chair on your own. There¡¯s a lot of tweaking, pulling and adjusting as you¡¯re trying to get it on, but ultimately the results are very impressive. I especially appreciate the design which makes the seams lineup nicely with pre-existing arm seams so that it looks like actual upholstery in a lot of ways. My one critique is that I could not get the arm covers to loop around on the inside of the seat to hide the elastic. I will keep working on it and update if I manage to figure it out.This works better as a two person job, especially when attaching the last piece under the seat. You will need somebody pushing the elastic loop through the seat from the front, and another person underneath looking for where it is coming out. Don¡¯t be afraid to pull, it really helps to get things positioned properly. I also had to flip the chair upside down a couple of times to locate ideal spots for the elastic loops to anchor. I opted for the curvy wire supports under the chair seat rather than trying to hook it on to any moving parts. The pocket on the side was a bonus I hadn¡¯t expected or realized was there, and the hole for the recliner handle fits nicely if you take the time to adjust it properly. A vast improvement over the previous appearance of our tired old chair!

Image #9 from holmanart

holmanart

I am pretty impressed with this slipcover. It took about 15 minutes to wrangle it on properly, and the instructions are very minimal. You have to figure out where to loop the elastic ties underneath the structure of your chair on your own. There¡¯s a lot of tweaking, pulling and adjusting as you¡¯re trying to get it on, but ultimately the results are very impressive. I especially appreciate the design which makes the seams lineup nicely with pre-existing arm seams so that it looks like actual upholstery in a lot of ways. My one critique is that I could not get the arm covers to loop around on the inside of the seat to hide the elastic. I will keep working on it and update if I manage to figure it out.This works better as a two person job, especially when attaching the last piece under the seat. You will need somebody pushing the elastic loop through the seat from the front, and another person underneath looking for where it is coming out. Don¡¯t be afraid to pull, it really helps to get things positioned properly. I also had to flip the chair upside down a couple of times to locate ideal spots for the elastic loops to anchor. I opted for the curvy wire supports under the chair seat rather than trying to hook it on to any moving parts. The pocket on the side was a bonus I hadn¡¯t expected or realized was there, and the hole for the recliner handle fits nicely if you take the time to adjust it properly. A vast improvement over the previous appearance of our tired old chair!

Image #10 from holmanart

holmanart

I am pretty impressed with this slipcover. It took about 15 minutes to wrangle it on properly, and the instructions are very minimal. You have to figure out where to loop the elastic ties underneath the structure of your chair on your own. There¡¯s a lot of tweaking, pulling and adjusting as you¡¯re trying to get it on, but ultimately the results are very impressive. I especially appreciate the design which makes the seams lineup nicely with pre-existing arm seams so that it looks like actual upholstery in a lot of ways. My one critique is that I could not get the arm covers to loop around on the inside of the seat to hide the elastic. I will keep working on it and update if I manage to figure it out.This works better as a two person job, especially when attaching the last piece under the seat. You will need somebody pushing the elastic loop through the seat from the front, and another person underneath looking for where it is coming out. Don¡¯t be afraid to pull, it really helps to get things positioned properly. I also had to flip the chair upside down a couple of times to locate ideal spots for the elastic loops to anchor. I opted for the curvy wire supports under the chair seat rather than trying to hook it on to any moving parts. The pocket on the side was a bonus I hadn¡¯t expected or realized was there, and the hole for the recliner handle fits nicely if you take the time to adjust it properly. A vast improvement over the previous appearance of our tired old chair!

Image #11 from holmanart

holmanart

I am pretty impressed with this slipcover. It took about 15 minutes to wrangle it on properly, and the instructions are very minimal. You have to figure out where to loop the elastic ties underneath the structure of your chair on your own. There¡¯s a lot of tweaking, pulling and adjusting as you¡¯re trying to get it on, but ultimately the results are very impressive. I especially appreciate the design which makes the seams lineup nicely with pre-existing arm seams so that it looks like actual upholstery in a lot of ways. My one critique is that I could not get the arm covers to loop around on the inside of the seat to hide the elastic. I will keep working on it and update if I manage to figure it out.This works better as a two person job, especially when attaching the last piece under the seat. You will need somebody pushing the elastic loop through the seat from the front, and another person underneath looking for where it is coming out. Don¡¯t be afraid to pull, it really helps to get things positioned properly. I also had to flip the chair upside down a couple of times to locate ideal spots for the elastic loops to anchor. I opted for the curvy wire supports under the chair seat rather than trying to hook it on to any moving parts. The pocket on the side was a bonus I hadn¡¯t expected or realized was there, and the hole for the recliner handle fits nicely if you take the time to adjust it properly. A vast improvement over the previous appearance of our tired old chair!

Image #12 from A Swift

A Swift

These are amazing so far! They fit great! Our old couch cover you had to fix evertime you got up. I read a review that said she purchased recliner covers for her recliner sofa so I did the same. First I bought two for the love seat (dual recliner). It fit so well I bought for the sofa (also a dual recliner, I purchased three separate recliner covers for the sofa). I was afraid it wouldn't fit themiddle section of the sofa since it doesn't recline but with a little stretching and tucking you can not tell,and it seems to be staying in place. It also held up to my dogs scratch test because for some reason when she gets sleepy she finds a soft spot to try to fluff and make softer, but she really gets after it.Update: 6 months of daily digging by our little digger and they are still like new! They have been washed and dried about five times and held up perfectly. Thinking about getting them in another color for spring just to switch up the look of our living room.

Image #13 from A Swift

A Swift

These are amazing so far! They fit great! Our old couch cover you had to fix evertime you got up. I read a review that said she purchased recliner covers for her recliner sofa so I did the same. First I bought two for the love seat (dual recliner). It fit so well I bought for the sofa (also a dual recliner, I purchased three separate recliner covers for the sofa). I was afraid it wouldn't fit themiddle section of the sofa since it doesn't recline but with a little stretching and tucking you can not tell,and it seems to be staying in place. It also held up to my dogs scratch test because for some reason when she gets sleepy she finds a soft spot to try to fluff and make softer, but she really gets after it.Update: 6 months of daily digging by our little digger and they are still like new! They have been washed and dried about five times and held up perfectly. Thinking about getting them in another color for spring just to switch up the look of our living room.

Image #14 from A Swift

A Swift

These are amazing so far! They fit great! Our old couch cover you had to fix evertime you got up. I read a review that said she purchased recliner covers for her recliner sofa so I did the same. First I bought two for the love seat (dual recliner). It fit so well I bought for the sofa (also a dual recliner, I purchased three separate recliner covers for the sofa). I was afraid it wouldn't fit themiddle section of the sofa since it doesn't recline but with a little stretching and tucking you can not tell,and it seems to be staying in place. It also held up to my dogs scratch test because for some reason when she gets sleepy she finds a soft spot to try to fluff and make softer, but she really gets after it.Update: 6 months of daily digging by our little digger and they are still like new! They have been washed and dried about five times and held up perfectly. Thinking about getting them in another color for spring just to switch up the look of our living room.

Image #15 from A Swift

A Swift

These are amazing so far! They fit great! Our old couch cover you had to fix evertime you got up. I read a review that said she purchased recliner covers for her recliner sofa so I did the same. First I bought two for the love seat (dual recliner). It fit so well I bought for the sofa (also a dual recliner, I purchased three separate recliner covers for the sofa). I was afraid it wouldn't fit themiddle section of the sofa since it doesn't recline but with a little stretching and tucking you can not tell,and it seems to be staying in place. It also held up to my dogs scratch test because for some reason when she gets sleepy she finds a soft spot to try to fluff and make softer, but she really gets after it.Update: 6 months of daily digging by our little digger and they are still like new! They have been washed and dried about five times and held up perfectly. Thinking about getting them in another color for spring just to switch up the look of our living room.

Image #16 from Nikki Par¨¦

Nikki Par¨¦

**Update** I like this slipcover so much that I ordered another one in the color camel. We are gradually adding wood finishes to our rooms and I wanted to try to warm up the space a bit with this color. It is a tad bit more peachy than I had expected. Not the same camel color on past furniture purchases. Almost a slight pink undertone in my lighting. I don't hate it. It still looks really nice. Just wanted to point that out. The quality is great, the price is great and it fits really well. My other one has held up wonderfully and been machine washed several times without issue.We made a horrid decision and bought a microfiber light colored overstuffed recliner with 3 kids and 2 animals. Dumb, I know. I was resorting to spraying windex on the dang thing and scrubbing it every month. (That actually works by the way) but its exhausting and leaves the fabric feeling a little stiff for a couple days following. This solved all my first world problems. It looks beautiful and stretched to fit just fine. I put it on by myself in about 7 minutes time (but who's counting?) And its not budging at all. Thanks! Will reorder when I need to! I ordered it in light gray, regular recliner size (not overstuffed size). I hate when people don't tell you the size and color they ordered. Haha

Image #17 from Nikki Par¨¦

Nikki Par¨¦

**Update** I like this slipcover so much that I ordered another one in the color camel. We are gradually adding wood finishes to our rooms and I wanted to try to warm up the space a bit with this color. It is a tad bit more peachy than I had expected. Not the same camel color on past furniture purchases. Almost a slight pink undertone in my lighting. I don't hate it. It still looks really nice. Just wanted to point that out. The quality is great, the price is great and it fits really well. My other one has held up wonderfully and been machine washed several times without issue.We made a horrid decision and bought a microfiber light colored overstuffed recliner with 3 kids and 2 animals. Dumb, I know. I was resorting to spraying windex on the dang thing and scrubbing it every month. (That actually works by the way) but its exhausting and leaves the fabric feeling a little stiff for a couple days following. This solved all my first world problems. It looks beautiful and stretched to fit just fine. I put it on by myself in about 7 minutes time (but who's counting?) And its not budging at all. Thanks! Will reorder when I need to! I ordered it in light gray, regular recliner size (not overstuffed size). I hate when people don't tell you the size and color they ordered. Haha

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Jimi3321

We purchased five slip covers, three for a couch with reclining ends and two for a reclining love seat. I really really love them! The material is comfortable. Between two adults, one large dog and three kids, the covers have mostly stayed in place. They took our stained furniture and gave them new life!! I gave four stars because they were a bit tricky to put on but once we got the hang of it, it?was ok! We needed one side of each recliner to not have a side piece, so the four pieces worked great, as we just didn¡¯t use the second arm piece for each recliner. Things do cling to the fabric, like dog hair and fuzz, but it¡¯s easily taken off with a lint roller. Very happy with this and will recommend.

Image #19 from Jimi3321

Jimi3321

We purchased five slip covers, three for a couch with reclining ends and two for a reclining love seat. I really really love them! The material is comfortable. Between two adults, one large dog and three kids, the covers have mostly stayed in place. They took our stained furniture and gave them new life!! I gave four stars because they were a bit tricky to put on but once we got the hang of it, it?was ok! We needed one side of each recliner to not have a side piece, so the four pieces worked great, as we just didn¡¯t use the second arm piece for each recliner. Things do cling to the fabric, like dog hair and fuzz, but it¡¯s easily taken off with a lint roller. Very happy with this and will recommend.

Image #20 from Jimi3321

Jimi3321

We purchased five slip covers, three for a couch with reclining ends and two for a reclining love seat. I really really love them! The material is comfortable. Between two adults, one large dog and three kids, the covers have mostly stayed in place. They took our stained furniture and gave them new life!! I gave four stars because they were a bit tricky to put on but once we got the hang of it, it?was ok! We needed one side of each recliner to not have a side piece, so the four pieces worked great, as we just didn¡¯t use the second arm piece for each recliner. Things do cling to the fabric, like dog hair and fuzz, but it¡¯s easily taken off with a lint roller. Very happy with this and will recommend.

Image #21 from Jimi3321

Jimi3321

We purchased five slip covers, three for a couch with reclining ends and two for a reclining love seat. I really really love them! The material is comfortable. Between two adults, one large dog and three kids, the covers have mostly stayed in place. They took our stained furniture and gave them new life!! I gave four stars because they were a bit tricky to put on but once we got the hang of it, it?was ok! We needed one side of each recliner to not have a side piece, so the four pieces worked great, as we just didn¡¯t use the second arm piece for each recliner. Things do cling to the fabric, like dog hair and fuzz, but it¡¯s easily taken off with a lint roller. Very happy with this and will recommend.

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1-5 of 17 reviews
  1. I recently bought a white recliner but wanted to get a white slipcover to keep it from getting dingy over time. It’s really hard to find a cover that is a true white, but this product fits the bill nicely. Even though the color in the photos looks a bit off, that is just the lighting in the room. This is a true white. The fabric is pretty stretchy and it is in four separate pieces, making it much easier to get a good fit with no unsightly bulges or bunches of additional fabric. It also goes on easily in about 15-20 minutes.My recliner is a Lazyboy, and the only place where the product didn’t fit well was over the arms. There is no way to tuck it under so that it completely covers the arms where they meet the seat back. Also, 2 of the pieces (the back cover and seat cover) have elastic straps that are apparently supposed to be hooked around hooks on the underside of the recliner, but mine has no such hooks so I think the fabric will probably slip up over time. I can already see that I’m going to have to retuck frequently. It would have been nice if the product included the little foam rolls that can be tuck in to help keep the fabric from pulling up. These are included in their newer product line, but unfortunately, I didn’t see the newer item until after I’d bought this and I don’t feel like sending it back LOL. Still, I’m very satisfied with the product.

  2. I¡¯m glad I bought this. Our old leather chair had an odor to it that probably won¡¯t come out without pro cleaning, naturally this was a cheaper option.. Wanted something to make it tolerable again for my hubby and this is perfect. The color is right on, beautiful wine red/burgundy. The instructions were pretty simple, good universal fit. The chair is on the smaller side which had me a bit worried, but I tucked in all the excess and it looks great. I could not find places to secure the elastic around the chair so I had to make due. It comes loose sometimes but I just tuck it back in. It looks like a whole new chair. I can¡¯t stop looking at it. Really pulled the room together. The chair was an ugly green eyesore before. Now it¡¯s a centerpiece. Who knew it was that easy…

  3. I¡¯m in love with this product. I washed it as soon as it came in and it held up great..no shrinkage or snags at all. I got the wine color and it¡¯s just as pictured even when stretched out and it¡¯s so so soft and comfy. Took no time at all to put on. No instructions needed and it fits like a glove which I was worried about because it¡¯s an overstuffed recliner. It¡¯s seems to stay in place really well too. Hasn¡¯t slid or moved hardly at all. Fabric is kind of thin though so I wouldn¡¯t recommend allowing sharp kitty claws. All in all 10/10 would buy again and will if and when I need another furniture cover!

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  4. We have used, mismatched furniture acquired from various different places and points in our life. And we have pets and kids, who proceed to destroy the furniture. As a result, all our couches and recliners were stained, ripped, and smelly. I was embarrassed and constantly covering them with blankets or sheets. THESE ARE A GODSEND. Now all of our furniture matches, and doesn’t just look like we tossed matching sheets over everything. These actually fit like a glove and make our furniture look brand new!!!! I am amazed at how well they look.We had two recliners (one small, one large and puffy), and one high-back love seat recliner. I bought FOUR of these (two for the recliners, and two for the reclining love seat). It’s a TAD baggy on the small recliner, but it’s really a very small recliner. It still makes it look 1000 times better. It fit like a GLOVE on the puffy large recliner, and makes it look like it is brand new. But the reclining love seat is the winner. That couch went from looking like hell’s dumpster to a brand new miracle. Not baggy, perfectly snug, and just awesome. These cover so much you can’t even tell it’s a slipcover. HINT: For the double recliner/love seat, I got two covers, and just didn’t use one arm of each one. Amazing transformation.PROS: Easy to install after reading the instructions. Soft. I like that I can take them off and wash them if needed. I love the elastic loops that can be attached to the underside springs to help keep it on there. There is a pocket on the right arm, and a hole on the left arm for the recliner lever. Pieces are easily labeled so you know what goes where.CONS: Really can’t think of any cons!I recommend these to everyone and I’m so happy I found them. And they come in so many colors, you’re bound to find one that works with your decor. You will not be disappointed with these covers!

  5. This looks FANTASTIC on my Lazy Boy recliner, I actually had reservations on how it would actually look, but coming in 4 separate pieces actually helps look tremendously. It was easy to put on. Had on in about 5 minutes. Only thing I wish it had was a center strap added to 2 corner straps at back of seat area piece. I improvised with large strong clip & used short small bungee to attach it under seat. Even doing this I still give it 5 stars.It sure beats cost of reupholstering.

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