Plastic - Sectional Sofas
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Tue Nov 05 00:00:00 MST 2013sueseattle Rating:4.0
We wanted a sectional but do not like the big bulky type, this is perfect. Found this one which had good reviews. It was so easy to assemble, light weight, packing was good, and once set up, really added to the room. Lower slouch pillows. It has a lighter gleam so shows dirt and seems like the material will tear if larger pet's claws are on it often. Our cat claws seem fine. So comfortable! Firm but giving! May imprint or compress over time (we are fit/average in weight) but I am guessing. Two tall adults stretch out horizontally, comfortably. We did not put the feet on it and it still looks good. Pleather (plastic/leather) bottom does look on the plastic side, but ours is against a wall in the t.v. room, so the back is not seen. All that see it compliment about the look and those that sit on it, love it. Can't beat the value. Buy!
Sun Mar 28 00:00:00 MDT 2010michaelgim Rating:5.0
This is a great purchase and we have had for a few months now. It originally arrived within 2 weeks; the packaging was EXCELLENT; Home Direct was WONDERFUL, they arrived on time; removed the shipping boxes, plastic wrapping and assisted with the assembly. There were three pieces, the sofa part, the corner chaise, and the ottoman that connects making it a sectional chaise. The only trouble I had was where to locate the legs but after quickful thinking, I looked underneath and they were in the zipper puch under the sofa. This was the best shopping experience in a long time. This sectional looks great in my living room. The stylish look of this sectional is lovely! Thanks Overstock for a great shopping adventure, and I will continue to shop your site. Thanks, again.
Wed May 09 00:00:00 MDT 2012critz Rating:2.0
I've had this sectional for about 8 months now. Big risk to spend that much for something sight unseen, and after having it for the better part of a year, I wish that I hadn't spent the money. When you sit down on the cushions, there is a plastic sound/feel because underneath the cushion fabric, there is some kind of plastic over the cushions. Also, after a little bit of use, the fabric moves and the seams don't line up with the edge of the cushion, so I am constantly trying to pull the fabric back into place. Also it gets little lint balls all over it and I found the only way to control them is to use an electric razor and "shave" the sofa. The height of the sofa is also awkward, it's very low to the ground. And my last complaint is that on one of the pieces, the back only comes up 6 inches or so, so there is no back support and very uncomfortable. So.. I will hopefully be replacing this in the future. The only good thing is that the fabric seems to stay clean, but this is definitely not a sectional I would recommend.
Mon Nov 22 00:00:00 MST 201000000000007 Rating:1.0
VERY disappointed with the cheap plastic legs that come with this sofa. the holes aren't even drilled properly to fit the legs in. I know it's not fine furniture, but for $600 I expect better than cheap plastic pieces that don't fit
Mon Oct 15 00:00:00 MDT 2012rlojto Rating:1.0
the legs are plastic the felt underneath is falling off... not worth $653 but afraid the cost to return the sofa will be too costly.
Tue Feb 21 00:00:00 MST 2012julesjh Rating:3.0
the fabric could tear any second and you MUST put a blanket on it to protect it. there is no cover or way of dry cleaning it. The legs are made of plastic.
Tue Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2011lgirlmj Rating:4.0
Ok, got the call that my sofa was being delivered. Didn't realize on one person was delivering it. The guy brought it into my livingroom, I checked it out signed the delivery form and that was it. I had to unwrapped it. Lots of plastic and cardboard and put the little legs on myself. I struggled some moving it around. (remember, lots of plaslic and cardboard.) Only8 me, a woman. I set the sofa up by myself and It looked cute when I finally disposed of all the cardboard and plastic, lol.
Thu Jul 12 00:00:00 MDT 2012myuan Rating:1.0
I bought this sectional 8 months ago for the look, I would not have purchased it if I knew: 1) it needs constant fluffing of the back cushions, otherwise, they just look like a melted mess on the couch, no shape at all; 2) the seat cushions droop after you sit on them for a while, they don't look crispy in the pic 3) it makes straw/ plastic sound when you sit on them. And they are not cushy at all. I wish I can return them
Thu Nov 05 00:00:00 MST 2009nutgoodie Rating:5.0
I just received this couch and I am very satisfied. It is exactly as pictured and the color is a warm beige. It is actually lighter in weight than I thought and it is very easy to assemble. The legs are plastic, not wood but one could get new legs if the plastic bothers you. You can assemble it so the chaise is on the left or on the right and it is quite comfy to stretch out on and watch tv. It is hard to find a small sectional these days and most places charge an arm and a leg for shipping. The fabric is quite nice and soft yet sturdy, not scratchy or anything. I am going to get a few pillows to punch up the color and you will need a pillow to stretch out with as the arms are quite firm. Last night the cat was stretched out in all her glory and that was the final seal of approval!
Tue Aug 20 00:00:00 MDT 2013elakha Rating:1.0
In about a year the cushions would not return to the unsquished shape. Because there is velcro to hold them in place, you cannot turn them over and get more even wear. The legs are plastic. There were no springs just cross webbing of a material that stretches and makes you feel like you are sitting in a hole. The whole couch went into the trash in May 2013, which means this couch was worthless in 2.5 years! If it cost half what it did, it might be okay, but for $***, this was a total and blatant ripoff!!!!!
Wed Jul 07 00:00:00 MDT 2010princess112 Rating:3.0
I ordered this sofa and it arrived in about two weeks. When they say they will deliver it, they mean just that. Mine was dropped in the driveway. I had been told to look over the box/product before accepting it, which is hard to do when it is wrapped in cardboard, plastic and strapped to a pallet! It took us about an hour to assemble, which was made more difficult when I discovered all the pieces I needed had not been shipped. I contacted Overstock and was told I would get the pieces in 2 days, which doesn't help when you have moved out the old furniture and have a partially put together one laying on the floor, so we had to go out and buy the pieces we needed. But it is together now. It is a light sage green, very pretty. The sofa is quite firm, which I like. It fits beautifully in a small family room. But plastic feet? Who puts plastic feet on furniture? All in all, I am pleased with the piece. It looks like it will hold up for several years of dogs/kids. And you can't beat the price!
Fri Aug 16 00:00:00 MDT 2013mncr Rating:2.0
The sectional looks really nice on the web-site. Unfortunately it's not well made, it's light weight, the cushions are poor quality, and to my surprise the bun feet are plastic, what's up with that!! The fabric is strong but a little ruff and the color is slightly darker then it appears on, more dark gold or tan. I decide to keep the sectional for the following reasons: A 6 pieces individual sectional is what I needed to fit in our basement room space, I can replace the plastic bun feet for wood, and my upholstery shop can re-stuff the cushions with better quality stuffing. Over all I will probably spend an additional $500 to upgrade the sectional but still a better price then others.
Mon Jun 25 00:00:00 MDT 2012njscor Rating:4.0
Good sturdy piece and easy to clean, which is good because my dog sheds a lot. Two minuses, one being the chaise and loveseat cannot be connected, so without slip pads or putting it on carpet, they will separate as they shift especially since my dog runs and leaps onto the couch. Two - I have wood laminate floors and the feet have these hard white plastic nubs which dug marks into the wood. I had to use padded, nonstick pads on the bottom to combat both the slipping and the marks on the floor... assesmbly was not terrible, but the wrenches they provide are quite laughable.
Wed Dec 05 00:00:00 MST 2012123buyer456 Rating:1.0
Fabric feels cheap and looks like flimsy paper coated with black plastic bag. Hard to stomach that this thing looms in my living room now. Returning the couch costs between * which I cannot afford. Delivery was prompt. Legs missing. Overstock is sending them. Lesson learned - I will never make a large purchase like this on line again.
Fri Apr 30 00:00:00 MDT 2010chattykk Rating:1.0
I bought this couch for my daughter in October of 2009. It took about 3 1/2 weeks to get it and when it came I was surprised at how cheaply built it was. It had plastic legs, not wood. It's now April of 2010 and the couch is totally falling apart! The cheap wood frame broke under a leg, the cheap foam in the cushions is all lumpy and my daughter's elbow went through the armrest! Overstock.com would only credit my visa ****** and I paid ******* for this POS couch! I will never use Overstock.com again! Buyer beware that they sell inferior products!
Thu Aug 11 00:00:00 MDT 2011cjones1976 Rating:5.0
I purchased this couch for more sitting space and to be durable enough to withstand 2 toddlers. I was very please with the ocndition the couch came in. The material is very rich and chocolately. It is exactly what i was hoping for. I actually don't like leather couches but this one is very comfortable and doesn't make that sticky rubbing sound when you get up and down or when your skin comes into contact with it. Spills wip ein easily. Only thing I DONT like is the silver feet are made of plastic so if you move the couch without lifting it fully, the corners of the feet bend so they don't stay square. Barely noticable, however, Great buy for the price!
Tue Apr 27 00:00:00 MDT 2010seakenn Rating:4.0
This came today and I am happy with it for the most part. The sofa looks good, and is firm. My one issue is the plastic feet on the sofa, I already knew about this so it was not a surprise, but they will certainly not hold up if this is to be a everyday sofa. We will mkae new feet and replace these. The size is just right for our living room, and that may be important information for some of you. I have a 13'x30' living/dining room, with a huge fireplace. This sofa fits perfect, because it is really apartment sized furniture. Here is Seattle, Sunshine Delivery was the setup people, they were on time, effecient and quick.
Sat Jul 20 00:00:00 MDT 2013house3 Rating:2.0
This does fill the downstairs room, so for the price it works. The problem is my 150 lbs. teenage son actually used it for sitting...the construction matches the price. the 1x1 wood cracked and the staple for a spring came out of the wood. I did repair the total under framing with a 2x4 but it is still attached to the side frame which is 1/2" plywood . The material is hmmm...plastic faux leather with okay micro cushion. Yet the sofa does look nice with a throw and colorful pillows...just don't sit on it.
Tue Nov 17 00:00:00 MST 2009beanrn Rating:3.0
I'm happy with the "look" and "comfort" of the couch. However, I am not happy with the legs of the couch. They are plastic and my ottoman is "uneven". I thought perhaps my wood floors were uneven, but it is the ottoman itself. I tried unscrewing the legs a bit to even them all out and that didn't work. I also don't like the fact that on the chaise, when people sit down, the fabric becomes wrinkled. It looks cheap when someone gets up.I think I would have been much happier with it if it was just the three cushion couch with a single ottoman along with it, not the chaise.I've got mixed feelings about recommending this to people. One one hand, it is a nice looking couch, but on the other it also represents "cheapness". So take what you will from that .
Thu Apr 22 00:00:00 MDT 2010bwhite Rating:1.0
I was very disappointed in this sofa. I read good reviews about it. It was easy to put together. The color is nice. But the materials are extremely cheap and the fabric is very thin. I know this because I have an apartment with wood floors. I needed to slide the seating base down my hallway to turn it around and then slide it back into the room. I kept it in the plastic it came in but the part that faced forward and is visible is the one part of the piece that was exposed. It wore two holes on the corner. If the fabric were thick enough this would not have happened so easily. My advice? Be careful how you move it around if you do purchase it and don't expect it to last long. Mine was damaged before I even finished putting it together.