Large Crocodile Leather Effect Ottoman - Brown15.99 was 29.99 at Argos free collection from store - HotUKDeals
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brilliant price was previously on sale at 23.99 but at this price worth getting if you need the extra storage

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#2
Thank you.
#3
I have already mentioned these within my post in the commented along with links http:/****/1jSGMUI
#4
These are excellent for hallways and hiding of shoes ! you can sit on them to put your shoes on too, fab product !
#5
I have a few of these, excellent product for storing towels, toys etc. Heat added.
#6
I have one of these already, great for storage. May need to purchase another one since it's even cheaper than the last one I bought. Head added :-)
#7
A liitle nudge.
#8
These are well built
#9
thebaron69
A liitle nudge.
done the job, cheers!
#10
Thank you!! Just reserved one got the black one even better:)
#11
What's the history of ottoman!!!!
Second time asking, it's always everywhere....
#12
terminata
What's the history of ottoman!!!!
Second time asking, it's always everywhere....

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=history+of+Ottoman+furniture
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terminata
What's the history of ottoman!!!!
Second time asking, it's always everywhere....

An ottoman is a piece of furniture consisting of a padded, upholstered seat or bench, usually having neither a back nor arms, often used as a stool or footstool,[1][2] or, in some cases, as a coffee table.[3] Ottomans are often sold as coordinating furniture with armchairs or gliders.[4]

An ottoman can also be known as a footstool,[5] tuffet,[6] hassock,[7] pouf or pouffe.[8][9] Many ottomans are hollow and used for storage.[10]

Ottomans can be used in other rooms besides the living room; different designs can be used in the bedroom, gaming room, family room and guest room.[11] Leather and bench ottomans are also used as alternatives to sofas

History[edit]
The ottoman was brought to Europe from the Ottoman Empire in the late 18th century. The word ottomane to refer to furniture appeared at least as early as 1729 in French.[13] The first known recorded use in English occurs in one of Thomas Jefferson's memorandum books from 1789: "P[ai]d. for an Ottomane of velours d'Utrecht."[14] In the Ottoman Empire itself, an ottoman was the central piece of family seating and was piled with cushions. In Europe, the ottoman was first designed as a piece of fitted furniture that wrapped around three walls of a room. The ottoman evolved into a smaller version that fit into the corner of a room.[15]

Ottomans took on a circular or octagonal shape through the 19th century, with seating divided in the center by arms or by a central, padded column that might hold a plant or statue. As night clubs became more popular, so did the ottoman, which began to have hinged seats underneath to hold storage.[15]
#14
Be careful - these large ones are surprisingly fragile...
#15
Thanks OP

Reserved one for collection
#16
m3lv3
I have a few of these, excellent product for storing towels, toys etc. Heat added.
#17
Is this suitable for sitting on? or is it purely just for storage?
#18
Just reserved 2, many thanks, hides clutter which will be ideal I my house :-)
#19
allikerr2oo5
I have one of these already, great for storage. May need to purchase another one since it's even cheaper than the last one I bought. Head added :-)


Don't think the OP had that in mind when they posted!
#20
Just bought 2 black ones cheers.
#21
Heat, bought this one OP just to check myself for durability etc & will be buying another. Thanks

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