Vienna Euro Lounger Review

The Vienna Euro Lounger is Lifestyle Solutions' successor to the Ravenna and Milan euro loungers. Like its predecessors, the Vienna is wrapped in a durable faux leather material that looks great without breaking the bank.
The faux leather of Vienna offered a bit too much traction for my liking, and the material felt cheaper than the material used to cover the Ravenna and Milan. If you can hold out for Lifestyle Solutions' next euro lounger, I highly suggest it. If you're in need of a piece of furniture on a short notice, the Vienna Euro Lounger will be a great addition to your home.
  • Modern look
  • Build quality
  • Quality materials
  • Easy to assembly
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  • Locking mechanism on the unit fails and the part is difficult to find and replace
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It is made of bonded leather, a process which makes takes shredded leather scraps and leather fiber, then mixing it with bonding materials. The mixture is next extruded onto a fiber cloth, or paper backing, and the surface is usually embossed with a leather-like texture or grain. This isn't real leather. I had mine for years and didn't put anything on it. It didn't dry out like real leather. I guess if you want piece of mind, you could apply Lexol to it.
ConsumerPete on 2/27/15
A friend of mine just bought one of the Vienna loungers to put on her porch and I thought of getting one too. She told me it's leather and she bought a leather protectant to put on it. Here I'm seeing it referred to as "faux leather".... is it not real leather?
Local Hero on 2/22/15
Thank you COSTCO. great product. well packed. directions with all the tools (allen screwdriver & wrench. ) directions very clear and very easy to follow. durable construction leather upholstery stainless steel legs. gratitude to you again:::::::::::::::::::::::
AMERICUS on 7/31/13
Hi Surendra, You can call Lifestyle Solutions: Toll Free: +1 877 693 8866 INFO@LIFESTYLESOLUTIONS.COM ›
ConsumerPete on 7/14/13
I bought Vienna Euro Lounger from Costco but it didn't come with any instruction. Where I can get instruction to put gether. Thx
Surendra Singh on 7/11/13
hi,, does anyone happen to know if there is a 2 seater option ?? and if so,, who supplies it,, thanks.
freddy on 1/30/13
Purchase two, on one the fake leather folds over and makes a crease, it then cracks down to the backing fabric. This was after a year of use. Taking them both back.
chuck on 9/19/12
Hi Sasha, I'd have to say the cushioning is medium to medium-firm. on the Vienna. I see no issue with you using it as a day bed or bed.
ConsumerPete on 8/16/12
Hello Pete, Thanks so much for the information on this piece. I'm wondering, how firm would you say the cushions are? I would likely be using this rather frequently as a bed and don't want something that is too soft.
Sasha on 8/16/12
Hi Mary, I don't have the instructions, but I can give you a quick guide on how to install the legs. 1) Flip the Vienna Euro Lounger on it's back so that bottom side is facing you. 2) Insert the bolts through the metal frame at the bottom of the euro lounger. Note: You may need to lift up the arm rests to see the locations for the bolt holes. 3) One-by-one, slide each leg into the protruding bolts. 4) Add one washer to the bottom of each bolt, and then hand screw each nut as much as you can. 5) Put the Allen Key wrench into the top part of the bolt and hold it steady. While the Allen Key is steady, use the mini-wrench and turn the nut clockwise until it is tightened.
ConsumerPete on 7/26/12
Hi, Just bought this at Costco and can not find the assembly instructions. Does someone know where you can find this? Thanks, Mary
Mary M on 7/26/12
Thanks Pete for your time. I and probably many others appreciate all your reviews. I just wish I know whethr the Belize has as much traction as the Vienna, which like you I did not like. By the way, the Lifestyle rep didn't know what I was talking about when I spoke to them about this. Most of the Belize reviews on Costco (you have to google since you wouldn't find them on the current costco site) are positive. Thanks again for your effort. By the way, would my email be posted if I include it?
CT on 4/30/12
@CT The Belize is not carried at either of the 3 Costco around me. I'll keep my eyes peeled for it.
ConsumerPete on 4/28/12
Hi CT, I'm heading to the local Costco after work today. I'll swing around the furniture section to see if they have the Belize!
ConsumerPete on 4/26/12
Hi Pete. Was wondering if you have any information or thoughts on the Belize euro lounger at Costco. Thanks.
CT on 4/26/12
Hi Pete. Was wondering if you have seen or have any information on the latest (Belize). I agreed with your comment about Vienna's material having too much traction. Do you know if this has traction too, comfortable, etc? Thanks, CT
CT on 4/13/12
I purchased a Vienna Eurolounger at Costco about a year ago.The material that is used has ripped off of the couch. I understand wear and tear but only a year. It was one of the most terrible purchases I made. Tried contacting manufacturer and Costco where I got it and have hit dead end after emails and phone calls. Really poor customer service
Kenny on 3/23/12
Hi Mikhail, Unfortunately Costco doesn't carry replacement parts. You'll have to contact Lifestyle Solutions (which I assume is the manufacturer of your Euro Lounger) at If they don't have the sought after part, you can see if a local hardware store has it. If this is not the case, your last option is to return the lounger back to Costco for a replacement.
ConsumerPete on 2/24/12
Hello, I bought a Longer at Costco store and there is a plastic part missing, it's on the bottom of the metal stand. I was wondering if I can order the part?? 569561 Longer (black leather couch) Euro style $399
Mikhail S on 2/23/12
Hi CT, I uploaded the latest photos of the Vienna. They're pretty much the same euro lounger, but with different names and legs. Regarding the Ravenna and Milan, the only noticeable difference besides the style of the legs is the stitching. The Ravenna (V1) has white stitching and the V2 has black stitching.
ConsumerPete on 1/12/12
Hi Pete. Can you post pictures of the Ravenna (version 1), Ravenna (Version 2) and Vienna. Also, the picture of Ravenna (v2) looks like the Milan. Are there any visual differences between the two? Thanks
CT on 1/12/12