Anthropologie Moroccan Wedding Ottoman
A traditional Moroccan wedding blanket not only adorns the bride, but bestows luck upon the newlyweds and brings happiness into their home. Here, each textile is hand-knotted according to centuries-old specialized Berber weaving techniques - and is paired, in a thoroughly modern marriage, with a sleek brass base.
Anthropologie Trellis-Woven Willoughby Ottoman
With classic lines and hints of modern design, this sumptuous ottoman features wheeled legs and a deep, plush seat.
Anthropologie Badia-Printed Edlyn Cocktail Ottoman
Boasting clean lines and a neatly proportioned seat, this cheerfully upholstered perch is inspired by modern Italian design, complete with down-wrapped cushions and brass legs. Its colorful print takes a convivial approach to suzani-inspired motifs.
Anthropologie Wool Alvorada Ottoman
This tufted perch takes its cue from a Brazilian classic originally conceived in the early 1960s. With its plush wool cushion and low-set frame, it lends an air of cozy softness to modern living rooms.
Anthropologie Linen Wilmette Ottoman
Inspired by old Hollywood glamour, but bestowed with an elegant, modern edge, this X-base ottoman - upholstered in nailhead-studded linen - is an effortlessly eclectic piece that suits every aesthetic and home.
Anthropologie Velvet Wilmette Ottoman
Inspired by old Hollywood glamour, but bestowed with an elegant, modern edge, this X-base ottoman - upholstered in nailhead-studded velvet - is an effortlessly eclectic piece that suits every aesthetic and home.
Anthropologie District Eight Kalmar Ottoman
While out to dinner one night in Ho Chi Minh City, our buyers happened upon District Eight, a tucked away design store full of striking, minimalist pieces. Using a special process, the shop's artists smoke reclaimed wood until it acquires their signature rich finish. Its industrial feel is softened by waxed cotton canvas upholstery.