Advice on sofa purchase please
There's a sectional I'm very interested in purchasing from a store here in Austin, TX. Below is some info I was able to gather. Please let me know what you think. Thanks.
"So the Brooklyn and Dyllon are actually our own line of furniture, made for us in North Carolina. We use a certified sustainable solid hardwood kiln-dried frame (Rock Hard Maple is the specific wood species) with mortise and tenon joinery. Each piece is bench-made, from building the frames to upholstering each piece, they are made in house only after ordering, to ensure strength and stability. One artisan works on the frame until it is finished (according to the size and quantity of sectional pieces, this can take several days), unlike some assembly line manufacturers. The piece is then taken to the artisan who will singularly work on upholstering your piece to completion, to ensure his "vision" is completed, knowing each day where he started/stopped. It is corner blocked, triple dowled, glued, and screwed for maximum support and longevity. It is indeed a sinuous spring system, but unlike other spring systems, ours is actually stapled and glued into a drilled pocket in the middle of the frame, instead of stapled to the inside of the frame. This is done to make sure as you use your piece, those staples don't come out and your spring system become compromised. The pieces you are looking at have what's called a "marshall unit" cushion system, which consists of a muslin wrapped spring system core, which is wrapped in dense soy-based foam for "memory", and then wrapped in a soft down blend wrap for durability and comfort. The down is channel stitched to ensure they keep their form, and the whole cushion is sewn into a surgical grade muslin to ensure no feathers poke through. These cushions offer superior support, comfort, and little to no "fluffing", because the springs keep the cushion looking full and well stuffed.
All Loft Home products are warranted for normal use in the home environment with a lifetime warranty on the frame, springs, and cushion cores."