First up, the dimensions for each of our products are shown in the following order: width (W) x depth (D) x height (H). See below. Here are two clever ways to see how your new furniture will fit in the space you’ve allotted for it: 1.

**The Perfect Fit: Measuring Your Furniture**

- Length: Measure from the furthest points right to left.
- Width: Measure from the furthest points from back to front.
- Height: Measure from floor to the highest point of the item.
- Seat Height:
- Back Height:
- Diagonal Depth:
- To insure proper delivery, please follow these guidelines:

Furthermore, is it width by length or length by width? Dimensions are expressed as **width by length** by height or depth in three-dimensional space.

Consequently, what comes first length or width or height?

The Graphics’ industry standard is **width** by **height** (**width** x **height**). Meaning that when you write your measurements, you write them from your point of view, beginning with the **width**. That’s important. We always measure the **length** of space.

What is W * D * H?

Dimensions (**W** x **D** x **H**)-Graphic Cards This the measurement of the product’s width, depth and height. Width is the measure of the product’s front (i.e. the distance between its two sides when viewed from the front).

### How do you list dimensions?

Listed dimensions are always inside dimensions. The first dimension to measure is length. Length is always the longest side of the box that has a flap. The next dimension is width. The width side also has a flap, but is always the side shorter than the length. Measure the height of the package.

### How do I get a big couch through a small door?

Instructions Measure the Couch’s Dimensions. Measure the Size of All Openings. Correlate Couch and Opening Sizes. Remove the Doors. Remove Door Stops and Hinges (Optional) Move the Couch Horizontally or Vertically. Move the Couch Diagonally (Optional)

### How do you tell if a couch will fit through your door?

Getting your sofa through the front door Measure the width of your door frame (A) (FIG. 2). If this measurement is greater than your sofa’s packaged height (H) then your sofa will fit through just fine.

### What is the standard size of a chair?

The seat height averages 16″ to 17″, seat width averages about 15-1/2″ in back and 18″ in front, average seat depth is 16″ to 16-1/2″. if arm rests are used, they should be 7″ to 9″ above the seat but able to fit under the table apron.

### What is seat depth for a sofa?

21 to 24 inches

### What does D mean in furniture measurements?

– The (D) DEPTH is the measurement of the product from front to back.

### How do you list art dimensions?

Fine art is listed as Height x Width x Depth in inches or centimeters. Paintings are measured by height first, followed by width. Sculptures and three-dimensional installations are measured by height, width, and depth.

### What is the LxWxH?

Standard corrugated boxes are measured as: Length x Width x Height. (LxWxH) where the height is the vertical dimension of the box when the opening is facing upwards.

### When given 3 dimensions what is the order?

The order in which the dimensions appear will depend on the product category. Here are some popular examples: Boxes: Length x Width x Height (See below) Bags: Width x Length (The width is always the dimension of the bag opening.)

### When measuring a room What comes first?

For a square or rectangular room, you will first need to measure the length and then the width of the room. Then multiply the length and width. Length x Width = Area. So, if your room measures 11 feet wide x 15 feet long, your total area will be 165 square feet.

### What is the correct way to write dimensions?

The Graphics’ industry standard is width by height (width x height). Meaning that when you write your measurements, you write them from your point of view, beginning with the width. That’s important.

### How do you find the length?

To find the width, multiply the length that you have been given by 2, and subtract the result from the perimeter. You now have the total length for the remaining 2 sides. This number divided by 2 is the width.