This casual styled ottoman will bring a soft upholstered comfort and a small furniture accent to the living room of homes. While smooth straight lines provide a simplistic style, exposed wood feet create a timeless decoration. Topped with a plush upholstered footrest seat cushion, this living room comfort piece pairs well with a wide accent chair, sofa or loveseat.
The 1950 Casual Styled Ottoman with Turned Bun Feet by Genesis is available in the area from BigFurnitureWebsite.
Creating an eclectic arrangement in the center of homes, this aesthetically appealing collection combines straight carved angles with traditional styled details, creating an ensemble that is classic as well as contemporary. Conveying a timeless presence in living rooms, sitting rooms, parlors and dens, items in this collection feature smooth track arms with decorative pleated accents while exposed wood legs add a look of solidity and up-scale elegance. Comprised of a traditional sofa, casual ottoman, cottage accent chair, parsons chair and contemporary accent chair as well as an un-pictured loveseat and chair and a half, this antique styled furniture collection will give homeowners the inspiration to create a living room that is fresh and timeless.
The 1950 collection is a great option if you are looking for furniture in the area.
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