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Vintage leather ottoman pouffe footstool 60s Boho Moroccan Large Orange and Tan

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Vintage pouffe seating in orange and tan leather. Brought back from a trip to Morocco in the late 60s these were traditionally stuffed with newspaper and used ad foot stools or occasional seating.

measures 17" x 17" x 12"H when fully stuffed

This has seen life and living, the leather shows scuffing and wear which we have photographed. The wear adds to a really authentic "stolen from the Lake House attic" look.

Similar pouffes were featured in Elle Decor last fall and were rather pricy. We've taken the age and condition into consideration and priced ours quite fairly.

Fill these with foam, fiberfill, beanbag beans, they lace up the back allowing you to chose your own filling. This will be sent empty. Finding embroidered leather is tough and we've seen these used to create unique clutch purses and notebook covers!

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Vintage leather ottoman pouffe footstool 60s Boho Moroccan Large Orange and Tan


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: leather
  • Only ships within United States.
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