- Fabrics: The repeat on a fabric will help you get an idea of the scale of the pattern. If a check has a repeat of 1.5”, it is small. Likewise, 6.5” is medium, 9” would be a large, buffalo check. To get a better idea of the pattern, pay attention to the repeat.
- Fabrics: Piling is the process of fibers lifting off of the threads and clumping together into small balls through wear and use. This is normal and not a defect. They can be shaved off of the fabric by readily available tools for this purpose.
- We offer 10 free swatches and additional billed at $.50 each, with the charge deductible from your order.
- Furniture: Inside seat depth is important in selecting seating. An inside seat depth of 22” is average; 23” getting deeper and a depth of 24” is good and deep. Long legs? You may prefer 24” deep sofa seating.
- Most furniture legs are a part of the deck construction and do not detach.
Sectionals come with connectors that make it easy to join the pieces together for stability.
- Side tables: Consider the arm height of the sofa or chair for the height of the table next to it.
- Lighting: A French wired lamp has its cord on the outside of the lamp instead of running down through the inside of the base.
- We are available to meet you Sundays, Mondays or evenings if your schedule does not meet our open hours. Just let us know with a quick email or call, and we are located very close to the Westfield train station for easy traveling. Our store hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10:30-5. Sundays 12-4 and closed Mondays.