What does it mean by “depth,” “width,” and “height”? One of the most common complaints we get is that people mix up the width, height, and depth measurements. The standard in the business world is to list width first, then height, and then depth.
Inches are used to measure the width of your furniture, even the armrests (W). Height (H): The total height of your furniture is measured from the floor and with pillows. Depth (D): The depth of the whole piece of furniture, including the pillows.
How Big Are Graphic Cards? (W x D x H) This is the width, depth, and height of the item. Height is the outer measurement from bottom to top of the product, and depth is the outer measurement from front to back of the product.