Couple spend £1,500 on grey sofa which turns GREEN and Harveys refuses to give ...

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A couple are left furious after splashing out more than £1,500 on a grey sofa only for it to change colour to green. 

David Parsons, 50, and his wife Alison, 54, bought the charcoal grey corner sofa for their home in Greenock, Inverclyde, from Harveys in September 2017. 

After taking out a four-year payment plan, they were delighted with how it looked and said they carefully placed it away from a window to protect the fabric.

But less than two years later, the grey sofa has turned green and Alison said visitors cannot believe the settee was once grey.

David Parsons, 50, and his wife Alison, 54, bought the charcoal grey corner sofa for their home in Greenock, Inverclyde, from Harveys. Alison said she started noticing 'bits of green' but now visitors struggle to believe the sofa was once grey

David Parsons, 50, and his wife Alison, 54, bought the charcoal grey corner sofa for their home in Greenock, Inverclyde, from Harveys. Alison said she started noticing 'bits of green' but now visitors struggle to believe the sofa was once grey 

She added: 'I was starting to notice bits of green on the sofa. I thought I was imagining it and dismissed it.

'But over time it got worse and worse - other people have started to notice it now too.

'People are starting to doubt it ever was grey.' 

She continued: 'A sofa is a big investment and you buy it for it to look nice and enjoy it, not hide it away, which is what we want to do.'

The couple complained to Harveys, which advised them to get a report from a technician and go from there.

A Harveys spokesman said following a report of the sofa it was found to have broken the 'customer charter' after it was exposed to direct sunlight. However David said: 'The sofa is a good bit away from the window and parts of the couch that aren't even in sunlight have turned green too'

A Harveys spokesman said following a report of the sofa it was found to have broken the 'customer charter' after it was exposed to direct sunlight. However David said: 'The sofa is a good bit away from the window and parts of the couch that aren't even in sunlight have turned green too' 

The furniture company said it can take no further action on the dispute, but the couple is hoping the sofa can be removed and the money refunded.

David, 50, said: 'We went through all the correct

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