The good - The look and feel of the loveseat is very similar to real leather. From a distance and close up, it looks like leather. Then when you get really close and touch it and inspect it closely, you can tell it is simulated leather. But very close to real leather. If someone didn't know it wasn't real leather, they might be fooled. The bottom cushions are very thick and comfortable. The back cushion is kind of thin and not as comfortable as the bottom. The arms are very thinly padded, and more like arms of an office chair than a sofa or loveseat. Sitting on the loveseat for a short amount of time; waiting on an appointment, playing a quick video game, or watching an hour long TV show, would be very comfortable. But sitting on it all day like a coach potato would probably not be comfortable. I have this in a small office, so it will only be sat on for 30 minutes or so at a time, and for that purpose it is perfect. The size is also nice and compact for an office or reception area. It fits into a compact space and takes up a small footprint of the floorspace. I also wanted the "look" of an office loveseat, not to look like I just moved my living room loveseat over to the office. This has a nice, compact, professional look. And does not look like you moved home furniture into your office setting. The not so good - Every sofa and loveseat I have ever bought was basically fully assembled, and at most you might have to screw in the legs. But this loveseat requires a fairly significant amount of assembly. It comes in a box with; the back, the two sides, the two cushion seats, the four legs, the strip along the bottom of the cushions, the flat bottom the cushions sit on, and a bag of screws, washers, and bolts. The instructions are a single piece of paper, with no written language. It looks like a copy of a copy or a copy of a copy. It has been copied so many times and is so fuzzy, you have a hard time figuring it out. Also, the fasteners are labeled A, B, C, D, E, F, etc. The problem with the instruction copy is that it is so fuzzy you can't make out the difference between similar letters. So the B and D look the same, and the E and F look the same. So it is kind of trial and error to figure out what fastener goes where. This loveseat is almost like when you buy a desk that comes in a slim box, and you have to fully assemble it. It's like doing that, but with the added difficulty of no instructions. I consider myself very handy, but it took me about 2 hours to assemble the loveseat. If you are expecting to open the box, pull out a loveseat, and screw in legs, then this is not for you. As long as you realize you are going to have to fully assemble this, and you are okay with that, then this is the loveseat for you.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Exact color match to site
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Good quality simulated leather. Similar look and feel to real leather.
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Accurate