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Christopher Knight Home Baddow Pouf, Brown


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Color:Brown  |  Style:Cylinder

The details of your interior decor can make or break your home. Featuring a clean channel stitch design, our pouf offers your indoor space an uplifting atmosphere with its smooth and cozy look. Whether you’re looking to put your feet up after a long day or if you’re in need of extra plush seating, this pouf offers a variety of functions for you to discover. Seamlessly blending into any arrangement with its understated design, this pouf is resilient, making this the ideal indoor accessory.

  • Material: Faux Leather
  • Filling Material: Polystyrene Beads
  • Multiple Color Options
  • Hand-Crafted Details
  • No Assembly Required
  • Cylinder and Cube Dimensions: 16.00 inches deep x 16.00 inches wide x 16.00 inches high
  • Square Dimensions: 24.00 inches deep x 24.00 inches wide x 12.00 inches high
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