All Beliani sofas are fairly easy to set up. This quick guide shows you how.
The Rotunde comes in leather as well as polyester fabric and Beliani also offers a variety of different colors on this popular sectional.
After removing the box, you may want to familiarize yourself with the four different sections the sofa comes in, and where they belong. The piece with the armrest on the side is the end section on your left when facing the couch. The second piece has a solid back rest that goes all the length of this section. The part without back or arm rests is your ottoman section, finishing the sofa on your right.
Assembling the legs is easy. You can find them in the pockets underneath each sofa section. All legs have screw-in ends that can be inserted into the bolts on the underside of the sofa. Please do not over tighten. In case the sofa is missing a bolt, you can pre-drill a hole and screw the leg directly into the wood frame.
As a next step, gather the connector pieces and attach them to the side of each section, on the end that will be touching the adjacent section. One section will have a connector piece with the latch up, the other one will have it down, so both pieces will hook together. You can try this out by first holding two connectors and fitting them together in your hands.
All that’s left is joining the four sections together as shown on the photo. Make sure to place your new sofa into its desired location before completing the final assembly.
Pad yourself on the shoulder and enjoy!