|Removable Legs: Yes||Number of Trays: 1|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Product Warranty: 1 Year|
|Design: Standard||Leg Material: Wood|
|ISTA 3A Certified: Yes||Tools Needed: No Tools Required|
|Style: Transitional||Leg Finish: Dark Espresso|
|Lift-Off Lid: Yes||Pattern: Solid|
|Finish: Dark Espresso||Upholstery Material: Polyester/Polyester blend|
|Frame Material: Wood||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Non-Toxic: Yes||Shape: Square|
|Corner Block: Yes||Cushion or Upholstery Fill Material: Foam; Synthetic Fiber|
|Foam Density: 28 cubic ft||Seating Comfort: Firm|
|Upholstery Grade: C||Welt On Cushions: Yes|
|Legs Included: Yes||Tray Top: Yes|
|Storage Available: Yes||Suitable As Seating: Yes|
|Weight Capacity: 300 Pounds||Product Care: Spot clean with cold water and mild soap|
Questions & Answers
Handy Living Bayonet Ottoman
Pretty, but can handle the kids!
Tara from Lincoln, RI– Verified Buyer
We have had this ottoman for over a year and it still looks great, even with two preschoolers using as a bed, table, car, you name it! Works great for storing blankets and throw pillows.
Anne from Cleveland, OH– Verified Buyer
I read the specification wrong for this so it was too big but I loved it and kept it. It matches my linen chairs perfectly. It has a large storage capacity. I keep Kleenex boxes and the legs in there. Yes, the legs are removable. Flip it over and its a nice leather platform. I took the legs off because in front of my chairs its too high. We use it as a foot rest! Definitely recommend this!
It has been just fine
J from Texas– Verified Buyer
It has been just fine and I have no complaints with it.
Great Storage Ottoman!
Kristin from Wooster, OH– Verified Buyer
So roomy inside and the lid is rather heavy so it is vary stable. We have loved using it as a cocktail ottoman.
I love the size and shape
Jennifer Gold Shulman from Livingston, NJ– Verified Buyer
Great looking ottoman. I don't love the legs, they were a little scratched when I got it and the fabric attracts a lot of lint, etc. Also, if your heals are on it. It takes a little patting down to get rid of the indentation.
Anonymous from Arizona– Verified Buyer