Quick Ship Gaines Comfort Sleeper
American Leather is now offering a quick ship program! Featuring their best-selling styles, sizes, and fabrics. If you want to fully customize the Gaine Comfort Sleeper click here to shop the style.
Closed Sleeper Sofa Photo Configuration: 3 over 3 Queen Plus Sleeper in Haze Charcoal with Espresso Legs
Quick Ship Options:
- Queen Sleeper with Premier Mattress
- Queen Plus Sleeper with Premier Mattress, 2 over 2 or 3 over 3 cushion options
- The Premier Mattress features a high-density, high-resiliency, all-foam mattress that provides superior comfort for your guests.
- Espresso, Acorn, and Walnut Leg Options
Queen Plus: Width 83" Height 37" Depth 39"
Queen: Width 77" Height 37" Depth 39"
American Leather Lead Times
Quick Ship: 6 Weeks Click here to shop all quick ship items
Priority Delivery (Additional $295): 12 Weeks - Select the checkbox for Priority Delivery to have your custom-made American Leather furniture delivered to your home in just 21 days!
Standard About 24 weeks: American Leather pieces are handmade - one at a time and made to order just for you.
About American Leather
American Leather began as a small team and has grown to more than 600 employees in Dallas, Texas, housed in a state-of-the-art 350,000-square-foot factory. Known for creating sustainable, customizable pieces that are built to last for generations. American Leather was one of the founding members of the Sustainable Furniture Council, a nonprofit organization created to promote sustainable practices in the furniture industry.
Enduring Style, Sustainable Practices
American Leather is a founding member of the Sustainable Furniture Council, a nonprofit organization created to promote sustainable practices in the furniture industry, American Leather® is committed to making its products and manufacturing operations environmentally friendly.
This commitment begins at the very foundation of our custom-made furniture. Each frame is constructed from wood harvested from sustainable forests and is precision-engineered to create as little scrap as possible. The scrap that remains is recycled or reused