Marsh Botanical Rectangle Ottoman


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In collaboration with the Natural History Museum

  • Flat packed and easy to assemble in seconds
  • Can be used as a seat, footrest, or storage box
  • Soft velvet feel
  • No tools needed

Need to put your feed up? Need an extra seat for guests or need a compact multipurpose storage box? Then the Marsh Botanical Rectangle Ottoman is just the perfect solution! This ottoman comes flat packed, but don’t worry, you can assemble this in seconds without the need of any tools or screws! Pop your feet up on this cushioning ottoman or store your essentials. Designed with a stunning Botanical print, featuring lesser-known flora found in wetland habitats, perfect for the autumn season.

Natural History Museum x Dunelm

Wetland habitats are vitally important in supporting an abundance of plants and animals. From rivers to ponds, fens to bogs, marshes to estuaries, these rich environments provide a home to many birds, fish, mammals, invertebrates, amphibians and plants, all of which thrive in these unique and complex ecosystems. In recent years, wetland areas have increasingly come under threat and have often been the casualty of human development. Through our collection with the Natural History Museum, we hope to highlight some of the wonderful freshwater and wetland species that can be found in the many wetland areas up and down the UK, with a focus on some species that have seen a severe decline and are currently under threat.

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Product Dimensions

H 38cm x W 76cm x D 38cm

Natural History Museum
Packaging Dimensions

H 38cm x W 76cm x D 5.5cm

Care Instructions
Wipe clean with a soft cloth
100% Polyester, FSC MDF, PU Foam
Pack Contents
1 x Ottoman & 1 x Lid

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