Flexsteel Industries Inc. is a publicly traded company that manufactures and imports a great variety of furniture products. The company's furniture, known for the blue steel seat spring, is used in residential and commercial applications. Flexsteel even designs seating for RVs, cars and boats. This Dubuque, Iowa, firm literally has thousands of products, including a wide range of sofa styles.
The Harrison sofa is a roomy 88 inches wide, with a traditional silhouette featuring rolled arms, a straight back and wooden feet. It is available in fabric or leather. Consumers can choose from six different wood finishes for the feet for the Harrison or any other Flexsteel sofa.
The Vail sofa has a rolled arms and a traditional silhouette, but a lower, sleeker profile than the Harrison. The Vail comes in three different configurations: standard, a queen sleeper sofa (each 91 inches wide), and a curved conversation sofa that spans 107 inches. Consumers can choose fabric or leather for all three styles.
The Spokane is a very traditional style with a high back, rolled arms and nailhead trim. The 89-inch sofa has leather upholstery, including one option with a slightly distressed and weathered patina.
The Bexley is another traditional sofa with rolled arms, turned feet and nailhead trim. This 91-inch sofa has a slightly overstuffed appearance, with its back slightly higher in the middle than at the ends. The Bexley is available in leather and a variety of fabrics, with an option for contrasting seat and back cushions.
The Marietta is another overstuffed, traditional sofa featuring nailhead trim. The Marietta can be purchased as a standard 89-inch sofa or a 118-inch-wide conversation sofa. It is available in leather or fabric.
The Digby sofa has sleek straight lines that evoke a mid-century modern feel. The arms have slender proportions that flare at the top. The three-cushion model is 80 inches wide; for smaller spaces, there's a 70-inch model with two oversized cushions. The Digby is available in leather or fabric.
The Westside is a sofa that would look good in a modern or traditional setting. It has slightly rolled arms and a straight back and is available in fabric or leather. The curved Westside conversation sofa spans 101 inches, while the standard sofa is 79 inches wide.
The Dana is another sofa that would be at home in a traditional or contemporary setting. This 82-inch model has slim, elegant proportions and is available in fabric only.
The 79-inch Adrian is a very traditional skirted sofa with a slight camel back and matching fringed throw pillows. It comes in fabric only.
The 83-inch Main Street is a transitional sofa with slightly rolled arms, a straight back and two accent pillows. It comes in fabric only.
The 83-inch, mission-style Las Cruces sofa has wood arms with vertical slats. Upholstery options include dark leather with dark wood or fabric with slightly lighter wood and accent pillows.
The Thornton is an 86-inch transitional, fabric-upholstered sofa with slightly rolled arms and a straight back. It's also available as a queen, full or twin sleeper sofa, or a large sectional that can be configured many ways.
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