What is the clearance under the bench? I'd like to have some baskets underneath.
Safavieh Brown Solid Wood Cocktail Ottoman
Update your home decor with this brown leather tufted cocktail ottoman. Its modern style and warmth will instantly enhance any home. This ottoman features a comfortable foam fill and protective stain-resistant leather construction.
ITEM#: 11997746This modern and minimalist cocktail ottoman from Safavieh is the perfect addition to your living room or den. It features a solid beech wood frame stained in a lovely dark brown. This piece is tufted with a comfortable foam padding and is covered in brown bi-cast leather. Use this ottoman as a coffee table, or prop your feet up and relax.
- Exquisite cocktail ottoman is an elegant addition to your home decor
- Living room furniture features a sturdy solid beech wood frame with brown leather
- Cocktail ottoman combines versatility with design
- Leather features protective coating for stain-resistance
- Tufted with comfortable foam fill
- Measures 16 inches high x 48 inches wide x 30 inches deep
|Material||Foam Leather Wood|
|Chair Type||Accent Chairs|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Dimensions||16 in. H x 48 in. W x 30 in. D|
|Materials||bi-cast leather and wood|
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I bought this to replace a different colored one that I put in another room (I had bought that one through Overstock.com years ago and still love it). I wanted one just like it and this one is very close. It is bigger but not too huge, as it fits between a sofa, loveseat, and a chair without looking crowded. It just right for propped feet and our large dog to lay on it at the same time.Read More
Nice product but can benefit from few improvements. First, it does not have leveling feet, so if your floor is not even, you need to correct that by some other means. Nice width, it is not heavy nor too light. Looks like it would be easy to care for and is built to last for a good while.Read More
We wanted a kid friendly coffee table that could double as extra seating & this worked perfectly. We've had it almost a year & it still looks brand new, even with 3 kids using it daily as a trampoline & a huge dog who sleeps on it behind our backs! Worth every penny!Read More
much larger than you think. Great looking piece but make sure you have enough space to accomedate it with your other furniture.Read More
This is just what I was looking for. Big enough for our family of six to all sit around the couch and chairs and all put our feet up.Quality is beautiful, came packaged very well. A great quality piece of furniture! Would highly recommend!!Read More
After owning this piece for only a few months, one of the 8 sections is completely shredded. We use duck tape each time there is a tear, but as we tape one spot another rip appears in another place. We acknowledge this piece was not created to be a trampoline, but if you have young kids who are hard on furniture, this piece is probably not for you! I took a photo but there does not appear to be a way to submit it as part of this review.Read More
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Hello captainmolly, we appreciate your inquiry. The clearance under the bench is 6.5 inches. We hope this information has been helpful. Thank you for shopping with us. Have a great day!
What color is the wood?
That would be dark brown.
How to Accessorize an Ottoman
Ottomans serve multiple purposes in home decor. Some people use them as footstools, pairing them with armchairs, loveseats or couches. Others invest in storage ottomans with removable tops or trays beneath. In some homes, ottomans may serve as coffee tables, cocktail tables or end tables. Accessorize your ottoman to increase its functionality as well as its style. Below, you'll learn how to accessorize an ottoman.
Ottoman Buying Guide
Ottomans are fun, functional pieces of living room furniture, and they go well beyond their modest size in completing the look of your home. At its most basic, an ottoman consists of a padded cushion, usually atop a wooden frame for resting your feet. Of course, there are countless variations on the basic theme. This ottoman buying guide gives you everything you need to know about how to buy an ottoman that will reward you and your living room again and again.
How to Clean an Ottoman
It's easy to give living room ottomans a cursory, superficial cleaning, like simply running a vacuum cleaner over the surface; however, because ottomans are the object of much use by feet and shoes, they need an occasional deep cleaning. Follow these steps to clean your ottoman.
How to Use Ottomans for Coffee Tables
Everywhere you look, you'll see decor spreads that replace the living room's old, faithful coffee table with one or two ottomans. This relatively straightforward substitution can toss a few curve balls at would-be decorators unless they do their homework. Take a look below to learn how to use ottomans for coffee tables.
How to Sew an Ottoman Slipcover
Old, worn-out furniture often sticks around longer than preferred, creating some problems when it comes to redecorating a room. One common solution for keeping older sofas and chairs around that no longer match a living room color scheme or have too much wear and tear, is to create slipcovers using a sewing machine and new upholstery fabric. Slipcovers can be sewn for all types of furniture and if you are redecorating a room, you should attempt to update all furniture, including ottomans. If you are looking for an affordable way to keep your old ottoman around without disrupting your room's sense of style and coordination, then you might consider sewing your own ottoman slipcover.
How To Use a Storage Ottoman
If you're short on space, try adding a storage ottoman to the room. Whether you need storage in your living room, bedroom, or home office, this handy piece of furniture may just be the answer. They come in a number of shapes, sizes, textures, and materials so you can easily match them to any room's decor. Here are some tips on using a storage ottoman.
How to Match an Ottoman and Chair
When you add new furniture to your living room, like an ottoman or accent chair, it's important that they coordinate with your already existing furniture. Much like coordinating clothing, matching different pieces of furniture is important for creating a comfortable and aesthetically pleasing room. When you're matching an ottoman with a chair, it's especially important to get a piece that matches or compliments the furniture that you already have, especially since these two items will sit in such close proximity to each other. Keep reading for tips on how to match ottoman and chair.
Tips on Coordinating an Ottoman with Your Living Room
An ottoman is a versatile piece of furniture that, when chosen and incorporated tastefully, can spruce up your living room, add function and tie various design elements together. How you coordinate an ottoman with your living room depends on factors such as your decorating taste, your living room theme, the size and style of your room, the existing furniture in your space and the personality you want the room to reflect. So, when choosing an ottoman, pick one that satisfies the criteria that matter to you the most.
Popular Styles of Sofas Loveseats and Ottomans
Finding the perfect sofas and loveseats for your home is essential. Your living room furniture is an important part of your home decor, so making the right furniture choice is vital. When choosing new living room furniture like sofas, loveseats and ottomans you'll need to consider what kind of fabric, style and look you want for your home. Taking the time to consider all your options will help you make the best choice possible. Keep reading for more ideas about popular styles of sofas, loveseats and ottomans for your home.
How to Maintain Bar Stools
No home bar can survive without some comfortable bar stools. Bar stools come in a variety of styles and sizes to match any decor and bar height. You can find anything from swivel bar stools and wooden bar stools to high-gloss metal bar stools in any color imaginable. After you've purchased the perfect bar chairs for your room, you'll want to ensure they last as long as possible. Maintaining your bar stool set depends on the material and style that you have purchased. Each bar stool should be checked every few months for loose bolts and connections. A loose bolt can cause the stool to collapse. Other than that, kitchen bar stools and counter stools should be cared for depending on material. Here are a few tips to make sure your bar stools last as long as possible.
Tips on Buying Bar Stools
You don't sit down on a bar stool; you sit up on a bar stool. And that seems to make all the difference. People sitting on stools seem to be much more lively and talkative. But stools, whether at a bar in your basement or around the center island in your kitchen, still create a casual, relaxed mood. Adding counter stools or bar stools can add a lot of energy to a home. They are well suited for cocktail parties and holiday gatherings when no one wants to establish themselves in one location too long but might want to get off their feet for just a moment. Fortunately, the many styles and colors of stools let you easily find some that are right for you, regardless of your home's decor.
An Introduction to Gliders
A new alternative to traditional rocking chairs is are gliders. With so many new furniture fads nowadays, it's hard to keep up with what's popular as well as practical. Gliders and ottomans are a new and upcoming piece of furniture fashion that accents and compliments any room's decor. They're a useful and comfortable piece of furniture that merits some serious contemplation. Below is an introduction to gliders and ottomans that will help you decide if they are right for you.
Necessary Living Room Furniture - Sofas
Take a good look at your living room furniture. Sofas and loveseats are a staple when it comes to the way your living room looks. Pair your sofa with a loveseat or ottoman, and your living room is well on its way to looking its best. Although most people own living room furniture like ottomans and end tables, few realize what an impact their sofa can have on a living room. Sofas and other accompanying furniture can either tie a living room theme together or break it. Keep reading for more information about sofas.
Top 5 Materials for Bar Stools
Whether you need seating at a kitchen counter, breakfast bar or bar table, bar stools solve your seating crisis. Bar stools are available in many styles and come in leather, wood, plastic, metal and other materials. You can even find bar stools upholstered in fabrics of every color, which means that you can match any room in your home. With so many possibilities available, it's good to know what the top five materials for bar stools are in order to make a decision on what will work best in your home.
Plastic Chairs vs Wood Chairs
Whether you're looking for dining chairs, kids' chairs, bar stools, lawn furniture or office chairs, both plastic and wood designs are available. Are you looking for bright colors, smooth curves or ornate styles? Each material has its benefits, so you can select the chairs that are the perfect furniture for your home.
Tips on Making Leather Furniture Last
Leather furniture is a wise investment that pays off in style, class and comfort. Leather furniture can range from leather sofas and loveseats to ottomans and recliners. Your new leather furniture will beautify your home quickly. Regrettably, if it's not maintained, leather furniture can age quickly. Your furniture can go from terrific to tacky in a matter of years if it doesn't receive the proper care. Fortunately, there are some easy tips on making leather furniture last that are simple and effective.
Bench Buying Guide
Often overlooked in favor of sofas, armchairs and ottomans, benches deserve more attention than they receive. These versatile pieces of living room furniture serve as style accents to any room and act as convenient seating surfaces. Whether indoor or outdoor, benches come in varieties to satisfy multiple decorating functions. This bench buying guide will give you some shopping points to consider when fitting benches into your existing and future home decorating.
Best Additional Features for Coffee Tables
Don't ask what you can do for your coffee table; ask what your coffee table can do for you. Coffee tables are nothing if not multi-tasking furniture pieces that can accomplish a lot with a little. Trunk storage, magazine racks, drawers, shelving, hidden seating or even built-in ottomans are all possibilities, but beware of the busily tricked-out coffee table that includes all of these features. The message bears repeating: Think about the form and function of your coffee table. How will its design impact how you use it? The modern coffee table comes with plenty of extras, so choose carefully.
Best Bookshelf Materials
It's not unusual for bookshelves to incorporate multiple materials for different features. If you haven't decided on wood, wood products, metal or glass bookshelves, look at their relative strengths and weaknesses. Look below to learn the best bookshelf materials. Wood: "Solid wood" is a common term for furniture made from lumber planks. Beware of making assumptions based on labels like "hardwood" and "softwood." Hardwoods are derived from deciduous trees and softwoods from coniferous trees; the terms don't connote their relative strengths. Balsa is a hardwood even though it is very soft, just as Douglas fir is a softwood even though it is very hard. They all make excellent, classic stock material for bookcases. Generally, harder woods are the heavier and more resistant to scratches. Still, softer woods, if treated correctly, will keep just as well as harder woods. Plywood: Made by stacking thin sheets -- "plies" -- of lumber and gluing them under pressure, plywood features grains that alternate direction for strength. Several grades are available, of differing cost. Top and bottom plies can be high-quality woods to create the appearance of fine woods, but edge veneer or molding is needed to complete the illusion. Particleboard: Wood chips glued together carry a much lower price tag than solid wood, and particleboard is denser and more uniform. It's a great choice when cost is the primary consideration. Bookshelves crafted from veneered composite boards can look and feel as good as real wood. MDF: Wood fibers, tiny chips and sawdust collected and glued into sheets form medium-density fiberboard (MDF). Low-cost MDF makes an excellent base for veneers; plus, its strength is consistent and it shapes well. Metal: There's a reason most library bookshelves are made from metal: Metal bookcases are resistant to moisture and fungus, their low-friction shelves are easier on books' bindings and metal's strength-to-weight ratio can't be beat. Their cost usually comes in below any other material. Glass: Glass bookshelves weigh more than other types, but if you plan on assembling your bookshelves only once, the style points can be well worth it. Tempered glass shelves (in wood or metal uprights, called "standards") give your home an unbeatable contemporary feel, and glass bookcases' smooth, transparent surfaces add brilliant levity to a decorating piece that might otherwise be notably opaque and heavy. View All Media and Bookshelves Back to Guides Directory View All Media and Bookshelves
Best Charm Styles to Give as Gifts
Use jewelry to show how well you know a person. Giving charms on special occasions will impress friends and romantic partners. Charms are highly collectible and available in a seemingly endless array of styles. Sterling silver charms are shiny and affordable, while solid gold charms are valuable and vibrant. Charm jewelry can be worn with almost everything, from jeans to cocktail dresses. When you're shopping for jewelry gifts, consider these popular charm styles.
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