A handful of simple checks will ensure a smooth delivery of your brand new sofa…

We've created a guide to help you measure up your space, and ensure our delivery team will be able to get your luxury sofa through all doorways, and place it in the perfect spot.


You’ll find all measurements for our furniture on each product page on our website (in the Technical Details tab), in our catalogues, and in our showrooms.

It can be a good idea to use masking tape or lay down newspaper to mark out the size of your sofa on the floor. This will give you a good indication as to whether you are happy with the overall size of it

If you need any further assistance understanding the measurements, or have any further questions about your chosen furniture, then don't hesitate to give us a call on 0208 804 7474.

Alternatively, you can email or use our Personal Shopping video service.



You will need to measure all the access points and doorways that lead to your room of choice.

Open doors as wide as possible and measure the distance between the outer edge of the door to the inner edge of your doorframe at its narrowest point. You can now compare the width of your doorframe with the height of your sofa, allowing for some additional tolerance on either side. This will determine if we can bring the sofa through on its side.

If the door width is greater than the height of your sofa, then it should fit through.

Do take into consideration any obstructions such as radiators, skirting boards, shelving and light fittings along the access route, and adjust your measurements accordingly.

Properties with tight access and narrow doorways may find it easier to get the sofa to your room of choice via a window. Please note if this is the case, you must arrange removal of your window before delivery; this is not a service we provide and will not be liable for additional costs.




As well as measuring doorways and being mindful of obstructions such as radiators, skirting boards, shelving and light fittings, there are a number of other points you may need to consider.

Will the sofa need to go up any staircases, or turn in narrow hallways or rooms?


Always measure the width of a staircase at its narrowest point, remembering to take into account any handrails or light fittings. If this distance is wider than the height
of your sofa then it should fit.

At both the bottom and the top of the stairs, make sure there is enough room to manoeuvre your sofa. If you have a bannister and the sofa needs to be lifted over it, check that the distance between the bannister and the ceiling is greater than the depth of the sofa.

.Also measure the width of any areas, such as hallways, that the sofa will need to travel through. As long as the widths at the narrowest points are greater than the height of your sofa, then this should pose no problem.

If you have a question that we haven’t answered, please don’t hesitate to ask one of our helpful Furniture Experts by calling 020 8804 7474 or visiting our Virtual Showroom.

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