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by Gus Modern
At A Glance:
The Henry Ottoman echoes Gus Modern's signature look well, with its 3/4" brushed stainless steel base. Available in black or white leather, Henry doubles as a plush bench or as a long ottoman perfect for resting multiple pairs of feet.
What's To Like:
- Reminiscent of mid-century tufted seating, the Henry Ottoman is one way of incorporating the same look to your space for a much nicer price.
- Leather upholstery is durable and well-cushioned, making this ottoman a pleasant way to keep your feet off the floor.
What's Not to Like:
The legs on this ottoman are just the kind of legs that would be very unpleasant to kick with bare feet by accident. It's a bit pricey, too.
The Bottom Line:
The Henry Ottoman from Gus Modern has a great look, and brings the essence of the mid-century era to your living room for a fraction of what some of the older icons would cost.
- Overall: 15" h x 50" w x 21" d
- A versatile design that can work great in both commercial spaces and homes and as either a foot stool or entrance bench
- Stainless Steel base with a brushed finish
- Corrected, pigment dyed, Top Grain leather upholstery
- Available in hard-wearing leather in black or white
- Blind tufted detail
- Glides on all 4 legs to prevent floor damage
Materials & Measurements
See our Gus Modern upholstery guide to learn more.
Overall: 15" h x 50" w x 21" d
About The Manufacturer
Shipping & Delivery
Free Shipping in the contiguous United States.
Generally arrives within 4-8 days from the date of purchase
In-home and White Glove Delivery are available. For more information on these delivery options, please see our shipping rates, options, and delivery policies.
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Q:How many yards of fabric is used to cover this ottoman?Asked on 12/15/2010 by Anonymous
A:2 yards would be needed to re upholster the Henry Ottoman.Answered on 12/16/2010 by Melanie from Smart Furniture