How to Measure for your furniture
Will it work in the space I have planned?
Example fixed dimensions ( 164cm x 91cm x 91cm) width x depth x height.
Can I get it my home?
In preparation for receiving your furniture, you will need to obtain specific measurements relating to fitting it through all expected entrances. The measuring guide below may help:
Measuring the entrances
Measure the heights (A) and widths (B) of any hallways and door accesses, as well as the entry clearance (C).
Measuring your furniture
Sofas: Measure the width (A) and diagonal depth (B)*.
Bookcases, Armoires, etc.: Measure the diagonal height at widest point (A) and depth (B).
Compare the dimensions of your home and your furniture piece
Don't forget to make note of any other obstacles such as ceilings, fixtures, interior walls, stairwell banisters and turns.
* The diagonal depth of the sofa can be determined by first placing a straight edge from the highest point of the back frame (do not include pillows) to the front of the arm. Then measure from the bottom rear corner of the sofa up to the point that bisects the straight edge.
Please note: This is merely a guide and does not guarantee your furniture purchase will fit. You should consider the size constraints of the entire path from our delivery truck to the item's final destination.
Please also note: Most larger pieces of furniture are designed to KD (knock down) this applies to most wardrobes,beds,tables and sofas, so therefore it is the componant dimension required-information is available in product description on our website or via the contact form online or instore.
To download a printable version of 'Measuring for your delivery' with graph paper please click link
Note: 1 Inch = 2.54 cm, 1 Feet = 30.48 cm, 1
Feet = 12 Inch
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