Will your furniture fit?
In the excitement of purchasing new furniture it's important to check if the pieces you've chosen will actually fit into your home. A staircase with an angle, a narrow hallway or a small elevator can present a challenge. With this tool we hope to give you some tips to help you determine in advance if an item will fit into your home.Measure your space
1) Measure the heights (A) and widths (B) of entryways and hallways both inside and outside your home.
2) Measure your entry clearance (C) the distance from the wall, through the doorway to the opposite wall.
3) Factor in ceiling height (D) stairways (E) banisters (F) corners (G) and low hanging lights (H).
4) Determine the best pathway from outside your home to the room where your new piece will be placed. Please be sure to account for any architectural details when taking measurement.Get measurements of the new furniture
- We provide the width, depth and height of our furniture in our catalog, at roomandboard.com and in our stores.
- Some of our furnishings have removable legs, feet or bases, enabling delivery through smaller spaces. Please check with a Design Associate.
- Our furniture measurements are calculated from each piece's widest or tallest point.This means items with an overhang, angle or outward curve are included in the overall dimensions.
- Before delivery, remove any frames or artwork from walls to avoid bumps and scratches.
- Remove any potential obstacles between the doorand your furniture's final placement-plants, chairs, accent tables, etc.
- Please confine pets to ensure they won't beunderfoot or escape out open doors.
- If you live in a building with an elevator, measurethe height of the door, as well as the inside space toensure it's big enough for your furniture to travel in.
- Cut out a cardboard template in the size of the newfurniture or using masking tape mark off the area on your floor to help you envision how it will fit in yourroom.