Apt2B offers white-glove delivery, meaning there’s no assembly required. As someone who has screwed on one too many doors upside down, DIY furniture isn’t for me. So, I really appreciated being able to step back and have a professional do the work. The specific delivery window gave us plenty of time to get rid of our old couch without running the risk of finding ourselves without a sofa suddenly!
What was the assembly process like? How long did it take and how many people?
The entire assembly was completed by two delivery drivers and took 20 minutes. They were prompt and efficient, wore masks, respected social distancing, and were incredibly courteous. They brought the couch in, assembled it, and took all the boxes, wrapping, and foam away with them.
What are the dimensions? How does it fit in your space? Would it be better suited for a different type of home?
The Logan sectional is 108 inches wide, 68 inches deep, and 33 inches high overall, while the sofa portion is 73 inches wide, 36 inches deep, and 33 inches high. The chaise section measures 35 inches wide, 68 inches deep, and 33 inches high. It is both taller and deeper than a typical couch, so definitely not for those living in cramped quarters, but it fits nicely in my more open-concept house in Maine.
Sit test: Is it comfortable? Does it feel well made? Does the couch have a tendency to sag?
The couch is comfortable, if a bit firm, and feels very well made. I especially like the fabric, which has a durable feel without being scratchy. It feels soft enough to curl up on, but definitely has some structure to it. This is not a quicksand couch and, personally, my spine thanks me for that! The seat is quite deep, however—I’m 5’1” and my feet don’t touch the ground when I’m sitting all the way back, which, while I don’t mind so much when it’s just me, is a little awkward when you’re entertaining guests.
Lay test: Is it comfortable? Does it feel well made? Does the couch have a tendency to sag?
This couch takes up more space than I anticipated and is better suited to larger living rooms/homes. The chaise, especially, would make it a hard fit for a small apartment, but it has a clean contemporary look that makes it adaptable for any decor style, and it’s understated enough to blend in, without feeling like a piece of office furniture.
Is the sectional suitable for particular decor styles and, if so, which?
The Logan sectional is well made and very sturdy. The legs were equipped with well-fitting felt pads, which, having a pine floor, was an important factor. For our home, which has a somewhat open floor plan, this couch is very practical, and the chaise detaches easily from the body of the sectional, so maneuvering the couch around isn’t a hassle when you want to rearrange. Also, the polyblend fabric is easy to spot-clean, which means that I don’t have to worry about small messes, which are inevitable in our house.