Sofa arrived and looked vastly different than the online image here. It is more of a pale yellow color than beige. The seat cushions aren't as "plump" as they appear online here. The sofa appears smaller than its dimensions. Quality and workmanship were on point, nothing cheap-looking/feeling about this one. Unfortunately, I will be returning it as I was expecting more of what I saw here.
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? Vastly different
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Not consistent with actual product
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. satisfactory, quality constructed
The sofa arrived today. I chose granite because I have two small children. I cannot account yet for wear and tear, but it is lovely and arrived in perfect condition. It is HUGE! The seating is very, very deep. I'm 5'8" and my feet dangle when I sit all the way back. So much more comfortable than stiffer MCM pieces I've looked into. My family of four fits comfortably. The down filled cushions have give so don't be surprised when they do not stay stiff and straight (like the back) if that is what you are looking for. This sofa is half the price of ALL the others I looked into getting. I wanted the look + quality at a good price. I feel confident I found it here!
I've had this piece for about a month now. I wanted to wait and see how it held up before I raved about it. :) I absolutely LOVE this sofa and I'm thrilled with the purchase. As other reviewers have mentioned, this sofa is deep. It's the perfect lounge sofa; you can lay on it, sleep on it, put a ton of pillows on it, etc. I've napped on it and it's heaven. I got it in "grey." The fabric is very close to how it appears in the photos. It's polyester but feels a little like velvet. It definitely doesn't have a cheap polyester-feel to it, which I was afraid of. The seat cushions are foam, wrapped in a thin layer of down. I unwrapped it to off-gas the entire piece for about a week. (As a side note: it's a good idea to unwrap the sofa and check it before they unload it from the truck, just in case something got damaged during delivery.) Although the seat cushions are deep, and the sofa fits my 6-foot husband comfortably, it isn't visually large. The Midcentury lines make the sofa look smaller and sleeker than it actually is. For example, I had a Pottery Barn-like "comfort" sofa with smaller dimensions that actually took up a larger visual space. Anyway, in short, I absolutely love this sofa and would highly recommend it!
I have had the sofa for a few weeks and am very pleased. Though I do not think there is a lot of down in the" down wrap" it is quite comfortable. I chose the charcoal color and it is what I expected, a nice dark grey. The site said that the shipping was "threshold" and I was unsure if I would be able to get it into the house on my own but they brought it in and set it in my room so all I had to do was unwrap it. And it was well wrapped. It was quite a leap for me to purchase anything this large online and I am happy I did.
The sofa is absolutely stunning. The color was as expected though I would have love to have samples. Despite the cost it's worth every penny. And I love that it's USA made. My only complaint it that it took two months to get it. I suspect it was made after my order. Typical for most ordered furniture from a store. Well made and look forward to have it for years.
I ordered this product and paid for it. I waited nearly 2 months and when I followed up overstocked could find the shipment. I purchased two of them for a specific room and bought all other things to match and all I got was sorry out of stock! Bad business!
I would have loved this if the fabric had been the nice looking stuff on the photo of the couch. But if you get the pewter, beware that it comes in some sleazy microfiber. I am sure there was some way for me to figure this out if I'd dug around somewhere in the pages, but if they would have posted this info, I wouldn't have ordered it in the first place. Sending it back is a complete pain I need a couch in my office so I am stuck with it. And instead of being happy about it when I walk in every day, I will now just look at it and say "oh well. at least it has good lines". I'd recommend under each color writing the type of fabric the buyer can expect.