Casual and inviting, this chair was custom designed with sock rolled arms, a t-shaped cushion front and tapered legs through this "Build Your Own" collection. This collection gives you the opportunity to design your new furniture from the ground up, allowing you to create the living room you've always dreamed of. And the best part? Each piece is made in American specifically for you.
The Build Your Own 5000 Series Customizable Chair with Sock Rolled Arms, Tapered Feet and Semi-Attached Back, made by Smith Brothers,
is brought to you by Gill Brothers Furniture. Gill Brothers Furniture is a local furniture store, serving the Muncie, Anderson, Marion, IN area. Product availability may vary.
Contact us for the most current availability on this product.
More than 900 covers to choose from (leather and fabric).
Shown with sock rolled arms. Panel rolled and track are also available.
Shown with semi-attached back. Loose pillow also available.
Shown with t-cushion. Straight cushion also available.
Leg or Skirt
Shown with tapered legs. Turned legs and skirted base also available.
Wood & Finish
Several leg finish colors available
Exposed Wood Leg
Construction & Warranty
Each piece is hand-cut and hand-assembled, using only the finest kiln-dried maple hardwoods. All frame joints are double-doweled and corners feature corner blocks secured by both glue and screws. Legs are built into frame.
Under each single-seat cushion is a pre-engineered, heavy-gauge coil-spring unit with an elevated front support edge that ensures individual comfort for each person. All spring connections are insulated to ensure silence.
Padding & Ergonomics
A 2.5 lb density polyurethane foam, is considered the highest quality foam available in the upholstered furniture industry. Qualux ® Ultra is standard in every seat cushion enabling us to offer a lifetime guarantee against loss of resiliency.
Smith Brothers proudly offers a lifetime warranty on hardwood frames, spring units, and Qualux Ultra seating cushions and a two-year warranty on tilt-back and swivel mechanisms.