6 questions from our users
Hi, I am looking at purchasing the Zara 4 seater and a 3 seater in the petite I was wondering if anyone could give me feed back on the seats sagging or any other feedback would be greatly appreciated
Seats hold up ok but careful with your choice of material because some are REALLY bad and will look horrible in a matter of months. They will pile and sag and just generally look like it’s years instead of months old, even with general no kids or pets use.
I'm about to buy the Zara and wondered how it has stood up over the years?
Thanks in advance!
My personal experience is that it doesn’t hold up well at all! Leg broke and the material looked years old within months! And I’m an ocd perfectionist who looks after their furniture
We were looking at this sofas today but forgot to check if the back and seat cushions have zippers. Does anyone know?
Just received our Zara sofas almost 2 weeks ago but I find the cushions lump up and sag in the middle. Does anyone else have this problem?
Yes mine started after 2 days!
I have had cheaper sofas and this hasn't happened so a little disappointed
Could u please tell me what would be more practical a 3 seater zara or 4 seater I am thinking about space and what's more practica that i can move around i am also getting th modular chaise do u find the 4 seater to big??
I have went back to plush after my purchase of the 4 seat zara, because it is not big enough. I was going to add another 3seater or 4seater, but the sales staff of Springvale store told me that they are going to be too big, and he then transformed my 4seat Sara into a corner suite!! Sorry I could not help you with the size, depending on your personal preferences, but I believe you just need to visit one of your local plush store, they would be able to help you . These guys really made me think not all salesperson is the same, they went beyond their way to get your sofa right!! Instead of just want to grub your money. Give it a go and see what they can do for you. Cheers
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