Modern Room Furniture Knoll ® Bertoia Ottoman KLL1973

Knoll ®

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Knoll ® Bertoia Ottoman

Features

  • Plastic glides included
  • ''Designer of the Year,'' 1955, USA
  • Welded steel frame
  • Certificate of Merit, American Institute of Architects
  • Greenguard certified
  • Frame is scratch, stain, and chip resistant
  • Stainless steel connections
  • Cover is stretched over wire frame and attached with hooks
  • Made in USA
  • Bertoia collection

Product Details:

  • Style: Cottage/Country; Modern
  • Shape: Square
  • Storage Available: No

Additional Documents

PDF
Greenguard certified

Weights & Dimensions

  • Overall: 14.5" H x 23.5" W x 17.25" D
  • 14.5'' H x 23.5'' W x 17.25'' D, 9 lbs
  • Overall Product Weight: 9lbs

Features

Design: Standard Style: Cottage/Country; Modern
Upholstery Color: 2: Black Upholstery Color: 3: Blue
Upholstery Color: 4: Grey Upholstery Color: 5: Red
Shape: Square Tufted Cushion: No
Slipcovered: No Glider: No
Nailhead Trim: No Storage Available: No
Eco-Friendly: Yes Country of Manufacture: United States

STYLE

The Bertoia Ottoman is a Cottage/Country or Modern style product. Cottage/Country style is generally exemplified by feminine furniture, muted colors, milk-paint finishes and vintage fabrics. Soft, muted colors showing the wear of time. Flea markets and Grandma's attic are the perfect spots for finding items for this style. Pieces with straight lines, painted finishes and very little ornamentation. Accessories include baskets, carved wooden bowls, pottery, pewter and hand-forged metal accents. Floral, checked and striped patterns printed on fabric. Modern style is very sleek with clean lines, and generally incorporates high gloss using whites, greys, and blacks. A focus on geometry and angular shapes is a hallmark of modern design. Glass and leather are also seen a lot with modern style. You can shop for more Cottage/Country or Modern Ottomans in the Living section of our site.

About the Manufacturer

With a long history of design innovation for the home, workplace, and in textiles, Knoll continues to play a large part in the foundations of Modern Design. Founded in 1938 by Hans Knoll and continued after his death by his wife Florence Knoll, the company has produced a long line of award-winning and museum worthy designs from virtually every top designer in modern design.

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