Structube Haley Loveseat Sofa Review

As far as I can tell, Structube is positioning themselves as a stylish yet affordable brand of furniture. I've picked up a few things from them over the years, and here is the latest item I've tried: the Haley Loveseat (Silver).

Structube Haley Loveseat Photo

Condos are just getting more expensive and smaller as time goes by. Condo builders generally try to design floor plans that optimize floor space, but at some point there's not much more that can be done; a small condo is still a small condo, and the best way to furnish a small condo is with small furniture (otherwise the space just looks/feels cramped). This is where the Haley loveseat comes in.

Haley Loveseat Delivery and Installation

The delivery was pretty straighforward, and I was surprised at how easily the delivery guys were able to haul it around...Then I saw the weight of the loveseat: 70.4 lbs (32 kgs). At that weight I'd literally be able to lift it over my head! It comes protected in pieces of cardboard, foam wrapping and a plastic outer shell/bag. They weren't being particularly gentle with it, and the packaging seemed to do the job of protecting it.

Installing the feet is simply a matter of screwing them all on in about 5 minutes. If you want to remove the plastic tips on the feet and replace them with felt pads like I did, then it'll probably take 10-15 minutes, as removing them wasn't the easiest thing to achieve.

Sofa cushions are very firm, which is expected for a design like this (I'm sitting on it right now as I type this). It looks great and feels solid enough despite its relative light weight. Having said that I don't weigh 250+lbs, but two people sitting on it is fine. The only question is how durable the material will be, and when will it begin to show signs of wear and tear. At least on Day 1, it seems to be a solid loveseat so far, and as always I'll post updates if anything happens to it.

Structube Haley Loveseat Photos

The issue here is that the photos on the Structube web site is not exactly what you get. As you can see the real life photos show a slightly different shape. It may not bother you, but it is noticeable to those with a sharp eye for interior design and furniture.
Delivery and packaging

Real life photo of Structube's Haley Loveseat

Sideview of the couch

Angled photo of the couch

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  1. I'm thinking of ordering this loveseat today! What does the back look like? I would keep the couch in the middle of the living room so I would always see all sides of it. Thanks for your help!

  2. The back side is covered with the same material that you see on the front/sides, however I noticed that there is a zipper that runs down the back corner. It doesn't ruin the look of the couch from behind, but it's there.

  3. Hi there, how is this loveseat holding up? I'm thinking of buying one but don't want to get something that won't last. Thank you!

  4. Hi Mia, again I'm not a 200 lb person, but so far it's holding up fairly well. Material still holding and the cushion is still firm. Personally, I'd prefer buying this over those fake leather couches that I've purchased in the past (those fake leather couches peel after a couple of years...never again).

  5. What is the dimension of the actual seating cushion? I’m thinking of ordering 2 of these.

  6. I don't know the dimensions off hand, but you should be able to find something on their website.

  7. Hi there! I'm considering getting this loveseat for my bedroom to lounge on and watch TV. From your review and comments, you mentioned that it was firm/very firm. I was wondering if it was too firm and uncomfortable for long periods? Thanks!

  8. I'm personally fine with the loveseat. I've had it for a couple of years now, and the thought of it being too firm/uncomfortable hasn't entered my mind for a long time. But, this is personal. Keep in mind, that it's been over a couple of years since my purchase...They may be using different materials today.

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