What are the dimensions of this ottoman please? Thanks!
Although larger than I expected, it is a great ottoman and fits in well with different furniture arrangements....
The clean linen upholstery on this classic round ottoman adds a crisp accent to your favorite room, and the wheeled legs make it a breeze to move. It features a hardwood frame for durability, and the tufted seat offers exceptional comfort.
ITEM#: 15478521This ottoman from Abbyson Living features wheeled legs and a tufted design for comfort. This classic ottoman is upholstered in crisp white linen to match any decor.
- Materials: Hardwood frame
- Upholstery materials: Linen
- Upholstery color: White
- Tufted seat design
- Dimensions: 20 inches high x 30 inches wide x 30 inches deep
|Material||Fabric Linen Upholstered Wood|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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The top looks great on this ottoman. The bottom does not have upholstery fabric covering it. My cat crawls up inside. It is very frustrating.Read More
Although larger than I expected, it is a great ottoman and fits in well with different furniture arrangements.Read More
this is just what i needed. its nice and light (for me thats a good thing) but looks high quality and seems well made. it rolls nicely, even on carpet an the top is nice nad plush but still sturdy. i'm very happy with the ottoman!Read More
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Thank you for your question, Maria. The dimensions of the Abbyson Living 'Clarence' Tufted Round Ottoman are approximately; 20 inches high x 30 inches wide x 30 inches deep. Have a great day.
is this a creamy white or stark white?
Hello Netherlands, I hope your day is going well. The monitor I am on shows a white ottoman. Thank you for shopping wth us and have a great rest of the week.
Does this ottoman have storage on the inside?
Hello Designer, no, this is not a storage ottoman. Item #: 13688883 is very similar,and does have a storage compartment. Thank you for shopping with us.
No storage inside. :(
This item was listed yesterday march 13 2014 for *** and free ship through overstock. Today march 14th its listed for ***. Why is that? I went to order it and the price changed. Please let me know. Thank you
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Do you need to use the wheels on this ottoman? I will be using it on a tile floor and what it sturdy, not rolling around.
Hello, reneemcniffe. Unfortunately the wheels are part of the legs and cannot be removed. Thank you for shopping with us, and have a great day.
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How to Clean an Ottoman
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