Deconstructed English Roll Arm Ottoman
Inspired by the unadorned beauty of their grandfather's 19th-century wing chair – liberated from its velvet upholstery and the frame exposed – the Van Thiels replicated the Old World artistry in the English Roll Arm Ottoman. A distressed walnut frame, accented with nail tacks, is complemented by the texture of burlap and fabric. This is furniture for the ages.
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- Circa 1870, an elegant rectangular form raised on bold, spindle-turned supports with brass casters
- Built by hand with a kiln-dried, corner-blocked solid walnut frame
- Features a deeply tufted seat cushion, visible whipstitching and nail tacks
- Two layers of burlap cover the top and sides
- Seat cushion padded with a down-blend fill; a thin foam core wrapped with 80% feathers and 20% down
- The walnut frame and legs are smoothly sanded and given a matte finish to look as they would before the final stain and polish; nicks, imperfections and natural variations in color are to be expected
- Spindle-turned legs with brass casters
- Fabric is treated for stain-resistance
- 30"W x 22"D x 18"H
Shown in sand Belgian Linen.