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Dakota N390 Sofa Collection - 350 Fabrics and Colors

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Product Overview

  • No contemporary seating area is complete without the Rowe Dakota Sofa Collection. This collection features simple geometric shapes, straight lines, wide square track arms, tapered block feet and an overall minimalistic design that is characteristic of modern furniture styles.

    To customize this collection to your tastes an decor, choose from the hundreds of fabric upholstery blends, colors and patter. Add extra splashes of color by choosing a contrasting pattern for the accent pillows (with baseball stitching); a pair of pillows is included with the sofas and loveseat models and one pillow is included with the chair. Finally, complement the wood tones in your home by choosing from the handful of available finish colors for the feet.

    Each piece in this collection is built on a kiln-dried hardwood frame with wood that comes from sustainably-managed U.S. forests. Sinuous steel springs provide the first level of support for the seat cushions and are tied together in eight different places to increase their stability. The seat cushions are filled with high-resiliency foam padding that is surrounded by feather/down stuffing.

    Rowe Furniture - The Best of Everything in Custom Furniture

    Sofas and Sectionals loves Rowe Furniture. Rowe has been Made in the USA for over 70 years, built with comfort, style, and quality that lasts. Rowe Furniture cares about the environment and only builds eco-friendly furniture including the seat spring - made from recycled iron ore.


    Seat Cushion Cores: 5 Years Warranty

    Fabric and Leather: 1 Year Warranty

    Frames, Springs: Limited Lifetime Warranty

    Mechanisms: 5 Year Warranty

    Sleeper Mattresses: 2 Year Warranty

  • Dakota Chair N390-068
    Width 39 inches
    Depth 43 inches
    Height 34 inches
    Weight 74 lb
    Dakota 2-Seat Sofa N390-002
    Width 89 inches
    Depth 43 inches
    Height 44 inches
    Weight 167 lb
    Dakota Loveseat N390-004
    Width 64 inches
    Depth 43 inches
    Height 34 inches
    Weight 121 lb
    Dakota Ottoman N390-005
    Width 37 inches
    Depth 25 inches
    Height 17 inches
    Weight 32 lb
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    Your furniture in it's original packaging is delivered to the first dry, safe area in your home. You will need to place the items and dispose of all the packaging.*

    *Minimum purchase $750 to qualify

    Room of Choice

    Your furniture in it's original packaging is carefully delivered to any room in your home. You will need to dispose of all the packaging.

    White Glove Delivery

    Prior to delivery we will un-box and inspect your new furniture. Our skilled delivery team will set up your new furniture in the room of your choice and remove all packaging.


    Our no surprises return policy allows you to buy with confidence. If you need to exchange, cancel, or return your order within the first 30 days of delivery, the only thing you are responsible for is the return shipping.

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More Info

Name Dakota N390 Sofa Collection - 350 Fabrics and Colors
Manufacturer Rowe
Product Number 793
Has Recliners No
Sofa Width 89
* On orders of $750 or more

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