English aesthetic The perfect finishing touch to Swoon's Sutton sofa and armchair collection, this ottoman's feather fillings and turned wooden feet with an elegant brass capped finish give it a quintessential country manor appearance.
Stunning fabrics Soft, durable easy velvet that won't crease or mark like other velvets comes in fern, emerald, Bordeaux, silver grey, kingfisher, granite, honey, indigo or ink. Prefer a different texture? Try the soft wool option that's finished in a calming light grey hue.
About Swoon This design-led furniture brand exists for the home obsessed, allowing you to get beautiful designs at fair prices. Using the world as their inspiration, Swoon's in-house design team create original pieces that let you turn your space into a truly relaxing sanctuary.
Platinum Delivery Service After taking your new furniture to your room of choice, a dedicated 2-person team will unpack, assemble and position it in your preferred place, then remove all the packaging. Please note: this service excludes all Offshore Islands and Ireland.
Please remember to measure your available space before ordering.
Dimensions: Height 44, Width 82, Depth 68 cm (approx.)
Removable covers: no
Comfort level: medium-soft
Assembly: Part Assembled
Depth: 68 CM
Height: 44 CM
Material Content: Foam, feather and polyfibre
Seat Cushion Filling: Foam And Fibre Filled Seat Cushion
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