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HCGZ Footstool Sofa Stool Folding Storage Ottoman Chair Stool,St

$119

HCGZ Footstool Sofa Stool Folding Storage Ottoman Chair Stool,St

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Product description

Color:5

Folding Storage Ottoman with wood feet
Perfect Storage For Space Saving!
Having trouble keeping your household neat and tidy? Clothes, shoes, books, and your kid’s toys are scattered everywhere and make it hard to find what you’re looking for? faux linen storage ottoman comes to the rescue with a practical, spacious solution to keep your belongings organized in a discreet way.
Color: Gray , Beige , Pink , Blue , Coffee color
Upholstery Material: charcoal faux linen
Seater Filling Material: High Resilience Sponge
Construction Material: CARB P2 High Density Fiber Board
Product Size: 31 x 31 x 31 cm, 38 x 38 x 38 cm,61 x 38 x 33 cm
Product Weight : 2.65 Kg
It can be used as:
Storage Chest/Trunk
Entryway Shoe Bench
Coffee Table
Puppy Step
Foot Rest
Small Side Table

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