10 years of comfort and elegance
I purchased my Concerto lounge suite from King furniture in January 2011. I’m really happy with it. It’s very comfortable and spacious and shows no sign of ageing.
I recently had to have it recovered because the fabric was accidentally sprayed with bleach. The reupholstering process took awhile but I’m very happy with the results. I chose the Positano Ruby fabric which I love. Very expensive but it is stunning and looks like it will wear well.
All and all I’m very happy with my Concerto lounge suite.
Purchased in January 2011 at King Living QLD, Gold Coast for $5,210.00.
I feel that I have been mislead and taken for a ride!
On the 31st of March 2014 we bought the concerto. My Day of regret.
My wife and I walked into King Furniture and we were both excited to buy the lounge of our dreams. The Concerto..
We picked our material with the sales assistant as we wanted something durable and long lasting. Bad idea!
Within the first year we notice the material was looking for worn. We called warranty and we sent photos and it was fixed. Pretty good after year, don't you think. Value for money.. Not.
Wow, I thought to myself this was just a year, imagine after a couple...
Most uncomfortable sofa
We bought a Concerto sofa from King Furniture two and a half years ago. It seemed comfortable in the show room, but I guess you get seduced. It is like sitting on a park bench! It is so hard and uncomfortable and the seat is too deep for me as I am not tall. We had to buy two more cushions for my back but the couch is as hard as a rock. I phoned King Furniture and they were not in the least bit interested. In fact the manager of Annandale said they were having a sale soon, perhaps I would like to buy another one. Never again !
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Questions & Answers
I bought a full sized concerto lounge 2 years ago and am moving to a smaller space. Can I split it into two pieces and if so what needs to be done to it? Can KL do this or provide advice? Thank you
Thank you for your question. It does depend on which components you have, but in theory yes, you may be able to remove the arm and components - see links below.
If you are able to please provide your contact details in a private message, or email email@example.com and we can look up your original order and look at the options.
Hi, is the feather overlay on the seat cushions still an option in the current version of concerto?
are they made here in aus?
Hi Edward, the Concerto is made at our factory in Shanghai.
So made in China
Unsure, but at the end of the brochure states: Concerto M: Ultradown® – NO Feathers
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