Feefo Reviews

La-z-boy

The furniture company that would later be known as La-Z-Boy was founded in 1927 by American cousins, Edward M Knabusch and Edwin J Shoemaker, who invented the first recliner in 1928. A comfortable concept, the folding wood-slat porch chair followed the contour of a person's body, both sitting and leaning back. Using orange crates to mock-up and refine their idea, the partners invented the reclining mechanism that would sweep the world off its feet.

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The chairs were an instant hit - but needed a name. Combining promotion with necessity, the partners held a contest and turned down suggestions including Sit-n-Snooze, Slack-Back and Comfort Carrier before choosing La-Z-Boy as the clear winner.

ALBANY

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Retro curves meet the ultimate in modern design, quality and comfort to create the Albany from La-Z-Boy UK’s Originals Collection. Sit back and relax with the patented La-Z-Boy handle three-point recline mechanism (handles are available in wood or chrome finish), or choose a power recline model or a static suite.

GEORGINA

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Georgina combines some of the most popular La-Z-Boy UK style elements to create a brand new contemporary range, available to customise in an impressive choice of 70 fabric options, or 56 100% leather colourways and four attractive grades.

HARPER

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Packed full of traditional La-Z-Boy style and comfort, our Harper range offers sumptuous relaxation at the heart of your home. New for 2017, Harper is one of our fabric-only ranges, available in an array of attractive colourways in high quality, super soft fabric.

SAVANNAH

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Choose from a wealth of options to customise your living space. Savannah is available as a three-seater, two-seater and armchair, all with either the patented three-position La-Z-Boy handle recline mechanism or our power mechanism, or as a static model.