With a slim frame, delicate aluminum legs and an extra-deep seat, the Vela chair is a sophisticated design that offers extreme comfort. Top stitching on the frame and flange seams on the back cushions add to Vela's personality, while spring and down cushions invite hours of lounging.
Details & Dimensions
Care & Fit
Seat cushion type: spring and down
- Encased spring coils surrounded by eco-friendly, high-resiliency foam, wrapped in fiber padding, feathers and down, encased in down-proof ticking
Back cushion type: feather and down
- High-quality feathers and down tucked into horizontal channels, encased in down-proof ticking
For more detailed information on our cushion construction, view our Upholstered Furniture Guide
Upon delivery, you can expect your cushions to be fuller and firmer. Cushions will soften and personalize with use. Routine maintenance is required for all cushions.
Watch the Down Cushion Maintenance video
Fabric & Color Ideas
Looking for inspiration? Our color collections combine colors, patterns and textures to help you create a coordinated look.
Who Makes This?
Learn about the artisans: Lee Industries of North Carolina
Any Fabric Any Frame
Choose from more than 300 fabrics available for custom orders. Start designing
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- Vela 35" Corner Chair
Q:I need one righ-handed and one lefhandd Vela Corner chair but there is no such selecton option..?
JacekAsked on 1/31/2014 by Jacek from Denver, CO
A:The Vela corner chair is only available as a corner. If you turn it 90 degrees, what was once a left arm will become the back. What was once the back, will become a right arm.Answered on 1/31/2014 by Design Associate from Room & Board