I was in search of a very small sofa for my office -- it is pretty much impossible to find one in stores that's <60" wide unless you buy a very high end product, I discovered, and I had more like just 58" to work with. Though I've just assembled it -- no durability check to report -- it is a perfect buy for a modestly used, small-scale space (like my office). It is big enough for 2 folks to sit on, long enough for a mid-sized or smaller person to lie and take a nap. It is on the firmer side but not horribly so (it gives structure), and it looks very tailored and professional. I don't think it would hold up too well to active, bouncy kids (like mine!), but it really is a fine and affordable purchase for these other uses. Pretty straightforward to assemble, but remember 2 things: the flap that opens at the bottom of the middle piece (as other reviewers have noted) -- ingenious, but if you don't look for it you have no idea how to attach the sides (once you find it, you think, "Wow, that was smart of them."). And though the pictoral directions don't make this super clear -- there are **3** bolts attaching each side to the back, not just 2 at the bottom. I missed the upper bolts (which really are important for stable assembly) until near the end of things, and it was a pain to get them screwed in at that point. But I did it, and now it's a charming addition to the space. Update: moved across the country summer 2016, and the sofa joined me at my new office. Still love it. Totally durable and attractive.
This does remind me of something from pottery barn, but not made in usa. Everything is solid, my wife even remarked that the chairs felt solid. I may paint them later, not a fan of the faux "distressed" look that they try to convey. I think they would look 10x better with the same color but a good smooth paint job. Tip for chairs that arent wobbly - finger tighten all screws then have someone sit on it while you tighten everything down. Be careful of the screw hole plugs in the back of the chairs, I had 2 rolling around in the box I had to tap back in. Not sure how they will last with a couple kids under the age of 3 - time will tell. Overall - good purchase, especially when you can throw in a promo code or get it on sale. Side note - whats up with furniture companies and their obsession with allen head screws? Drives me nuts! Chairs wouldve been together in 1/3rd of the time with normal screws. Do yourself a favor and pick up a M4 ballhead allen screwdriver and save an hour of assemble time, or struggle with sore fingers and a 3" allen wrench they send
I ordered 4 of these for sales offices and people are drawn to them working on their laptops. They are high quality, don't sink to the floor and are very comfortable with the memory foam. They are large enough for adults. I would recommend this product and will be ordering more!
I am in love with these stools. I bought 3 of them for a tall bar- it is hard to find stools this tall. Pros: 1. Versatility: I like that they are versatile and easily change size and if we move to a house with a different size bar we don't have to buy new barstools. 2. Large seat accommodates various size backsides! They are very sturdy too ;) 3. When you roll it all the way up it stops, rather than continuing and having the top of the stool fall off. Anyone with kids can appreciate this feature. 4. Comes pre-assembled. woo hoo! I hate when you get a piece of furniture in tiny pieces you have to have a degree in engineering to assemble and stools can be especially difficult to get them to balance right. 5. It can go with many different kinds of decor. I have it in a modern farmhouse style room. I think it would go with farmhouse, french country, rustic, industrial, vintage, western and its trendy enough now to go with modern style. It is neutral enough to fit in with all these different styles but has enough unique detail to be interesting. 6. Customer service! One of mine arrived with a significant dent probably during shipping since there was a hole in the box and I contacted them and they took care of everything right away. They were amazing. 7. Price- these are very popular right now the price is very good for this item. Cons: 1. The tops are rough enough to pull at delicate fabrics in clothing. They are rustic if you like the unfinished look this is something you can expect to deal with. They are finished a little bit it's not raw wood. 2. Because they are adjustable they are constantly at different sizes and if you are OCD (like someone who has to itemize their customer review) this can drive you a little nuts! My solution is to keep them either all the way rolled up or all the way rolled down so they are even. 3. One squeaks a little when it rolls easy DIY fix. Overall I am very happy with these stools and would recommend them as a good product.
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