Give Yourself a Lift Photos
The Elliot is among several styles of Comfort Recliner by American Leather® that feature a proprietary Infinity System™ with a back and footrest that operate independently of one another. “As American Leather continues to evaluate how to best meet changing consumer needs, we are seriously exploring more well-scaled, stylish recliners with additional functionality like lift capabilities,” said Melissa Brown, vice president of marketing for the Dallas-based manufacturer. The Elliot base is available in stainless steel (shown), natural walnut or gray ash. www.americanleather.com
BEST HOME FURNISHINGS
Whether you choose the giant “Beast,” a petite recliner, or something in between like the Codie, pictured here, lift recliners from Best Home Furnishings feel like they are custom-made. Best offers 20 styles in its UpLifting Comfort series. The chairs are made in the U.S. and are available in more than 700 cover options. www.besthf.com
The Markland chaise-style recliner from Palliser Furniture comes with or without power. It is also available as a rocker-recliner, swivel-rocker-recliner, power lift chair or swivel-glider-recliner. The suggested retail price starts at $999 in fabric and $1,199 in leather. www.palliser.com
The Samantha dual-recline sofa is perfect for Boomer couples. It features dual controls for the left and right lift reclining seats. Each seatback can recline independently from the foot rest, and the Visco Gel seat cushions and fully padded footrests provide maximum comfort. The flip-down center back cushion has two cup holders. The Samantha retails for about $2,590 in fabric. www.flexsteel.com.