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Fabric CASUAL POUF OTTOMAN: Versatile in style and function, you'll find this to be your new favorite accent in the house. Unwind with a cozy footrest at the end of the day, or use it as a stylish tabletop COZY FEEL: Stuffed with dense, shape-retaining EPS bead filling and wrapped in a cotton cover. For best care, spot clean only GEOMETRIC PATTERN: Styling with patterns has never been easier. Dressed in white and brown neutrals, this bold pattern complements a variety of decor styles from Midwestern to traditional GREAT FOR SMALL SPACES: Measuring 14 W x 14 D x 20 H, this pouf can be used in nearly any size room. May include false zipper. INSTANT STYLE: Add a plush pouf and poof, you've instantly transformed your space DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER: Ashley Furniture goes the extra mile to package, protect and deliver your purchase in a timely manner BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: Designed and manufactured by Ashley Furniture Industries. The trusted source for stylish furniture, lighting, rugs, accessories and mattresses. For every taste and budget
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The kilim-inspired Abraham pouf beautifully weaves together a bold geometric pattern and soothing, neutral hues. Use as a posh and plush footrest or spare seat, or top with a tray for an instant end table.
Customer reviewsIntense TOXIC kerosene odor. Unbearable.
I'm shocked that people would buy this or rate this highly and I am hoping that our order was a fluke, for the sake of others who have this in their home. This ottoman smells intensely like kerosene. The smell is so bad it fills our entire apartment and we immediately had to put it outside. When I googled jute and kerosene smell, a number of websites come up that describe the toxic smell coming from petrochemicals that are used to treat jute. I have no doubt that the odor is toxic, if not carcinogenic and it will have no place in my home. I'm shocked that a furniture company would put chemically treated materials like this into their products and sell them to people for use in their homes. I would definitely stay away