Stockholm Power Recliner Chair by Fjords


Stockholm Motorized Relaxer Recliner

Stockholm Motorized Relaxer Recliner 

Small Power Recline: Sale! $2345

Large Power Recline: Sale! $2445

*priced in quickship AL leather

The Fjords Stockholm swing relaxer combines exceptional comfort and an appealing design. Each recliner has a swivel function and a fluid rocking motion built into the function of the chair when the footrest is not extended. When reclined, continuous back support, head support and leg support allows your body to relax. The headrest can be adjusted forward or backwards depending on the desired amount of head support needed.

This recliner comes standard in power, in the three Astro Line leathers listed below. The chair is available in two sizes, small and large.




  • Small: 32"w x 37"d x 40.5"h 

  • Small SH: 19"  SD: 20.5"

  • Large: 34"w x 38.25"d x 42.5"h  

  • Large SH: 19"  SD: 21.5"

Quick Ship Options: 


  • Quick Shipped in these 3 Astro Line Leathers:

  • AL529 Latte

  • AL539 Safari

  • AL535 Dark Brown

  • Comes Standard in Power Recline

  • Battery Pack Optional

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Astro Line leather is semi-aniline. The term semi-aniline means that some surface pigments have been applied to the natural leather to even out tones, mask blemishes and make it more resistant to liquids. Compared to pure aniline leather, semi-aniline leathers offer improved resistance to spills and environmental factors. Astro Line leather is slightly thicker than other furniture leather while still maintaining a natural softness and excellent resistance to wear and tear.

*You may choose any Fjords leather or fabric outside the Quick Ship program. This will extend the wait time from approx. 4 weeks to 16. 


  • 3 years on the mechanism & power components

  • 5 years on the foam and wood parts

  • 1 year on the leather, fabric, and stitching.

Fjords has designed and manufactured furniture for 70 years. The two brothers Otto and at Mindor Hjellegjerde started it all in the fjord village Sykkylven in Norway.