how to measure for delivery

1. Pick The Right Piece

Make sure the furniture you're considering works in your space. Our published dimensions (width x depth x length) will help you decide.

2. Measure Your Doorway

Before you've selected your new furniture, it's important to be sure that it can be delivered through all entryways, elevators and stairways. Here are a few tips to get you started:

    a. Measure the height (H) and width (W) of your entryway, including elevator doors and interior hallways, doorways and stairs. Also, measure the total length (L) of clearance between the outside and interior wall.


    b. Use the furniture measurements to determine whether the piece can go straight through the entryway, at an angle.

    c. Make sure there's a clear and unobstructed path in front of and beyond each doorway. Make note of any fixtures, decorative moldings, interior walls, ceiling heights, stairwells and banisters that may pose an obstacle once furniture is inside.

3. Make Sure It Fits

Make sure your furniture does not exceed the entry clearance. We provide the width, depth and height of our furniture online and in our show room (measurements are calculated from each piece's widest or tallest point). Some pieces have removable legs, feet or bases, enabling delivery through smaller spaces. For additional details, ask a store associate or call us at 310-841-4077.

       - Sofas + Sectionals

              WIDTH Measure from the farthest points left to right. DIAGONAL DEPTH  Measure from the highest point of the back frame to the front of the arm.

              Then measure from the bottom rear corner up to the point that bisects the straight edge.