I'm happy with this sofa, but there are a couple of things you should know if you're thinking of buying it: 1) The seat cushions are attached. They look like normal seat cushions in the picture, but since they're attached, you can't flip them over if you get a spot on one side. 2) I was not able to get a description of the fabric before I bought it, and I still don't know what it is! Maybe microfiber chenille? It's soft and has a bit of a knap to it. It also has a texture of criss-crossing lines, sort of like linen does, but it's definitely not linen. It looks perfect in my living room, but I'm glad I didn't pay more for it!
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Pretty accurate, the actual sofa is a little more gray and less purple
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. The quality seems good.
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? The description lacked important details
This is a gorgeous couch, but not worth the trouble due to the assembly. I'm no stranger to putting together furniture, but this couch takes the cake. There are no directions to attach the legs (I ordered chrome), and there are just a bunch of nails. You will need a drill. You will need a very very strong drill because there are no holes, and if there are, they are misaligned. You would think that paying over *** dollars for a couch, that someone could take the time to drill some holes in it before sending it out to customers. After two hours I managed to get one leg on, but no luck with the other leg. While I'm sure it will be worth it in the end (because it is gorgeous and seems comfortable), there are a lot of other couches out there that are just as nice and less of a hassle.