We want you to love and live with your furniture for years to come – but that can only happen if it fits into your home! Follow our tips to make sure you have the right size furniture piece.
Make a note of your new furniture's largest dimensions and check that it will fit comfortably through any doorways, hallways and up any stairs, without damaging paintwork or windows.
For upholstery items, sometimes the diagonal measurement (C) between the bottom rear corner and the point where the arm meets the rear cushion is crucial as this represents the minimum width of the doorway that the item will fit through.
If you are replacing new with old, measure your existing piece to check the difference in size. Mark out the area of the new piece on your floor with newspaper or tape (Being careful not to use anything that may mark or damage your floor).
If moving through a hallway where there is no space to turn, the door must be 100mm wider than either A or B.
If moving into a room where there is space to turn, the door needs to be only 100mm wider than C
You need to allow extra space (on top of stated dimensions) for some furniture
Dining tables and chairs need at least 60-70cm.
Recliners need at least 150 - 180cm once reclined.
Sofa beds extend to approximately 240cm when the bed is folded out. Allow more space at the end if you will need to walk around the bed
Divans with storage drawers will need at least 40cm to pull the drawers out
We offer different delivery services for different products. Some larger items are transported flat-packed, making it easier to get them into the chosen room. Depending on the product, a flat-packed item may be self-assembly or assembled for you by our delivery team. This is made clear to you when you order.
Please remember, for large wardrobes, our delivery crew will require space approximately x3 their size of the piece in order to safely assemble. Also, they cannot remove or move your existing furniture for you.Back to Top