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**diagonal depth**of a sofa, placea straight edge from the highest point of the back frame (notincluding pillows) to the front of the arm. Then

**measure**from the bottom rear corner of the sofa up to the point thatbisects the straight edge. This last measurement is your

**diagonal depth**.

In respect to this, how do you find diagonal depth?

The **diagonal depth** can be measured by using astraight edge from the highest point of the back frame to the frontof the arm. Then measure from the bottom back corner of the sofa upto the point that bisects the straight edge.

**Measure Your Rooms**

- First measure the door that you will be using to bring thefurniture into the room.
- Next, you should measure the length from the entrance of theroom to the far wall.
- Measure the length and width of the room.
- Next, measure the height of the walls.

In this manner, how do you measure the depth of a couch?

Outside **depth** is the distance from the back ofthe **couch** to the front, while inside **depth measures**the space between the front of the seat and the **couch's** backcushion. Outside **depth** for most **couches** ranges from31 to 40 inches, while inside **depth** is typically between 21and 26 inches.

The **order** in which the **dimensions** appearwill depend on the product category. Here are some popularexamples: Boxes: Length x Width x Height (See below) Bags: Width xLength (The width is always the **dimension** of the bagopening.)