Morgan Armchair – upholstered seat & back
Crafted in solid American black walnut the Morgan Armchair is available in a range of Grade A upholstery options.
Choose from; fabric, Microsuede, Elements Collection by Sunbrella, Original by UltraFabrics®, UltraSuede®, UltraLeather®, as well as customer’s own material (see store for details). The Morgan Side chair is shown here in Onyx Microsuede (89127) designed to seamlessly complement both Copeland’s Audrey and Catalina Dining Collections. View all upholstery options here.
All Copeland finishes are GREENGUARD Certified for low chemical emissions. Made in Bradford, Vermont, USA.
*Note: all digital images are an approximation of the actual color and vary from monitor to monitor and, as such, cannot be considered an exact representation of a product’s actual color.
- L: 22″ x W: 21.5″ x H: 37.5″
When making furniture at Copeland, they hope that it will be used and cherished by generations to come. So, they have created a clear finish that is silky, smooth to the touch, and still tough enough to stand up to the wear and tear of daily family activities. To preserve the beauty of the finish, simply clean the surface of the furniture with a soft damp cloth and then dry it thoroughly. Care over the years to come will not require oil, polishes, or cleaners.
About Copeland Furniture
With a vision to create a family-owned and operated enterprise, they set out in the early 1970s to make wood products from natural hardwoods. Initially, they made cider presses for home and small-scale orchard use. From there, their designs evolved into the butcher-block kitchen furniture and Adirondack-style porch furniture. Items that were functional and affordable for baby-boomers as they furnished their first homes.
They have changed from a one-man operation in an old garage in East Corinth, Vermont. Up to, to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located on the Connecticut River in Bradford, Vermont. Using a combination of leading-edge computer technology and traditional craftsman technique. They’ve created an enterprise embedded in their local community. Specifically, a place that provides a fulfilling work environment for men and women who come to work every day.