Serta RTA Astoria Collection 73" Sofa in City Skyline Charcoal, CR46294P
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- Quick, tool-free assembly and one-box packing make this sofa a great solution for assembling in small living spaces
- Durable, easy-to-clean linen texture fabric
- Flared arms, plush cushions and soft fabric create a cozy, contemporary style that completes any home decor
- Sturdy design supported with quality hardwood materials, supportive memory foam and pillowed back cushions provide superior stability and comfort
- 2 - 16x16" decorative pillows included
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From the manufacturer
1. Ultra high grade fabric.
2. High density foam pocketed coils.
3. Top-tier polyester fiber.
4. Strong hardwood frame.
5. Durable ultra wide back straps.
6. Premium sinuous coil for support.
Your sofa arrives to your door in one box.
Put your sofa together with included twist hardware.
In as little as 15 minutes (times may vary).
Sit Back and Relax
Enjoy your new Serta sofa the same day.
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|Additional Collections||Palisades||Copenhagen||Astoria||Astoria II|
|Sizes||61" Loveseat, 73", 78"||61" Loveseat, 73", 78"||61" Loveseat, 73", 78"||61" Loveseat, 73", 78"|
|Fabrics||100% Polyester in Multiple Textures||100% Polyester in Multiple Textures||100% Polyester in Multiple Textures||100% Polyester in Multiple Textures|
|Color Options||Chestnut Brown, Fawn, Flagstone, Glacial Gray, Riverfront, Silica Sand||Brindle Bronze, Marzipan Tan, Rye Brown, Steeple Gray, Stoneware Beige||Brownstone, Cannoli Cream, Church Brick Tan, City Skyline Char, Steel Bridge Gray, Winter River Gray||Charcoal, Dark Gray, Light Gray, Tan, Concord Charcoal, Concord Dark Gray, Concord Light Gray, Concord Tan|
|Base Style||2-Piece Split w/Center Footer||2-Piece Split w/Center Footer||2-Piece Split w/Center Footer||Solid Single w/Standard 4 Footers|
Add stylish comfort and functional seating to your living space with the Serta Astoria Collection 73" Sofa. A great solution for smaller spaces, its compact size and tool-free assembly make it an attractive, practical seating solution for apartments, dorms or offices. Flared arms, loose straight back cushions and square footers bring contemporary style to any space. Quality hardwood materials deliver strength and durability you can count on. Each cushion has individually wrapped coils that are surrounded by high-density foam and fibers. To top it off, the cushions are finished with supportive memory foam. This is comfortable seating you can sink into! Designed to match pieces in the Astoria Collection, this Serta loveseat can be combined with the matching sofas or accent chair for a completely coordinated look.
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|Color||City Skyline Charcoal||Glacial Gray||Marzipan||Rye Brown||Riverfront Brown||Dark Grey|
|Item Dimensions||73 x 32.5 x 35 in||32.5 x 73 x 35 in||32.5 x 78 x 35 in||32.5 x 78 x 35 in||32.5 x 78 x 35 in||31.5 x 56.3 x 33.86 in|
|Material Type||Hardwood||Fabric||Fabric, Hardwood||Fabric||Fabric, Hardwood||microfiber|
Top customer reviews
My criteria for a couch:
- Cheaper sofa,
- Small sofa to fit in my small apartment
- A comfortable sofa
- Good color to match my decor
With those criteria in mind this sofa fits exactly what I expected. Which is why I gave it 5 stars, because it fell into my realistic expectations.
I was legitimately surprised at how comfortable this sofa is. No sore bottoms. My only complaint is that the bottom seat cushions are determined to move forward --- which causes the back pillows to sink into their place. I'm going to be fixing this with a bit of velcro. A cheap and effective solution -- but my old couch, which was $1500 did this same thing, so I wont fault it.
It took me less than an hour to unbox and put this couch together. Seriously. Less than an hour, I started at 6:30 and finished by 7:20. This includes taking pictures that I'm posting here.
When I had finished putting it together I was ... at first unimpressed because the cushions seemed wrinkly and wrong, but there is a note that they will expand over a few days -- which is why I waited to post this review. The cushions did puff up just fine after a few days and everything smoothed out and didn't have strange wrinkles or bumps. So in my finished picture, you'll probably notice those wrinkles/bumps, but they did eventually expand correctly -- I just didn't take a picture of that.
Really, I put this on par with IKEA furniture. It's not meant to last forever, but I imagine I'll get the years of use I need out of it.
Someone pointed out it does smell -- yes, it does. It was made in China, of course it has that factory smell. While I was assembling it I was sure to open all the windows, but now after a few weeks the smell has dissipated. Though, you could encourage the process along I'm sure with a bit of light cleaning.
... It amazes me that people buy a couch at this price and expect it to be the pinnacle of perfection for furniture. It's not the best couch you'll ever own, but it is a good couch if you're not wanting to invest $3000 in furniture yet. It's great if you plan to move a lot, if you want something comfortable with a good color, something easy to break down and move --- etc.
Assembled, the couch is quite comfortable. It's a bit snug for 2. The boyfriend and I will snuggle on it sometimes, and it always feels just a smidge too short in length and width. We make it work for a movie, but if things get ~handsy~, this couch is a bit small. It looks nice most of the time. The color and fabric are great. My only complaint is that the cushions get squished and slightly misshapen fairly easily. I have to re-fluff them back into shape (aka punch the fluff into position) after too long of sitting on it.
Overall, I probably wouldn't buy this couch again. And I certainly don't expect it to last me more than a few years. But for a few years in a grad school apt, I think it does a pretty fine job.
I wish I had bought a seen-on-site couch first. Selah.
The cons: assembly required (I wasn't expecting that), bottom cushions not that comfy to sit upon and they protrude a bit over the base, back of sofa has two fabric panels that Velcro down showing slight puckering in places and for my room layout sofa back faces entrance to room so not hidden flaw.