Little Prince of Love Ottoman

Fab & Baroque
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Little Prince of Love Ottoman

$325 Gilt
etheral blue
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Little Prince of Love Ottoman:

  • Whimsical design and composition that compliment the Design of Love collection
  • Perfect companion to the Queen of Love Armchair
  • The seat and base are modular, allowing for a mix and match option to achieve any combination of colors
  • Made in Italy from a rotational mold
  • Durable piece of furniture made entirely of recyclable linear polyethylene
  • UV coated to resist fading and is scratch resistant
  • Versatile piece that will survive equally well indoors and outdoors
  • Measures 22 inches in width by 22 inches in depth 17 inches in height

Material: Recyclable linear polyethylene

Care: Wipe with a damp cloth

Brand: Fab & Baroque

Origin: Italy

Fashion-forward with a historical twist: that’s the unique appeal of Fabulous and Baroque furniture, which makes rococo beds, armoires, dressers and more that would have pleased Marie Antoinette herself. Though Louis XVI was born a long way away from Austin, Texas, where Fabulous and Baroque is based, he (and his historical milieu) live on in spirit in these one-of-a-kind tables, chairs, divans and mirrors – guaranteed to turn any bedroom from bland to grand. The decadent French reproduction furniture pieces are often upholstered in silk or velvet, with gilded detailing on the hand-carved flowers, scrolls and leaves, as well as Swarovski crystal elements for extra sparkle – it may not actually be from 17th or 18th century Europe, but this ultra shabby chic furniture is built to last just as long!