It was difficult to tell from the picture, but the fabric is actually is a pattern that has a subtle black, brown, and grey weave in between the "bronze" chenille. I actually like it much better than the picture and don't think the picture does it justice. For me, it really matches my theme more than I imagined it could, but it may be different for you. Know that the "bronze" really does look bronze from an overall perspective, likely because of the weaved in multicolors, but, up-close, the couch is brown. The picture has a green hue to it, which it does not have at all. It is very brown and if you have those other colors in your decor, it will bring them out. I like that the "chaise" is reversible to either side ~ it was a little confusing... I thought that it was an "ottoman" but know that it is one long chaise cushion that can be flipped to use on either end (L or R) and the "ottoman" that supports it is movable. The only negative that I would point out is that the two couches do not connect and slide apart, so you need to place anti-skid things under the legs to keep it from moving. Even then, there is always a space between the two that a back cushion does cover so that it can't be seen (is not noticeable even when sitting) at least in my room where the two couches meet are against a wall. If you have it angled a different way and plan to have that part of the couch facing inside a room where you can view the back of it, you may want to rethink this or keep a blanket over that area. I am not sure that it is totally eco-friendly either as it did have an outgas smell that was pretty strong. But, I like the down-filled back cushions are supportive and not squishy. Overall, couch is pleasing and comfortable ~ very firm, but in a good, solid way.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Not as pictured, but better for me
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Great quality
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Not sure about the eco-friendliness