Questions to consider when choosing Baxton Studio Yashiya Mid Century Retro Modern Fabric Upholstered Ottoman Stool
A chunky wood base couples with comfortably padded seat in grey polyester fabric Material Base: Solid wood in walnut finishing Padded seat in grey polyester fabric Comfortably foam-filled Dimensions: 18.92W x 21.06D x 16.38H in. Seating Dimensions: 16.38 High from Floor x 21.06 Wide x 18.92 Deep in inches Assembly required Made in Malaysia
What is the advantage of this Baxton Studio Yashiya Mid Century Retro Modern Fabric Upholstered Ottoman Stool?
Beautiful, mid-century retro design that is striking on its own and complements the Yashiya rocking chair perfectly
Foam-padded top makes it a comfortable seat or footstool
Ethically and sustainably crafted from the highest quality materials
Complementing the Yashiya rocking chair, the Yashiya ottoman is stationary and so can also double as a beautiful stool. Like the rocker, it is ethically and sustainably made from the highest quality materials and the base is available in walnut finishing. A chunky wood base couples with comfortably padded seat in light beige polyester fabric, it is great for nurseries and other small spaces. This ottoman also looks great on its own in a corner where you could use an extra seat. Made in Malaysia.
Customer reviewsSome assembly quirks
Usually when I read furniture reviews I ignore anything that seems like a person just didn't know how to put the product together. I consider myself pretty handy and usually have no issues constructing furniture. This bench was a bit of an exception. The base of it goes together pretty simply. Though the design itself is a bit poor as where the bolts go is recessed so you can only get the allen wrench in and turn about a quarter of a turn at a time. There is no room for a drill or even to get full turns on the screw. This wasn't a deal breaker just annoying. What I see as the real problem for most people is that when you go to put the top/cushion on there are no holes or guides to attach it. You literally just sit the base on and have to screw into it. The screws that come with the unit for this are pretty meh. The first screw I used stripped out of whatever cheap wood is making up the base. Luckily I had some more aggressive wood screws in my garage and decided to use those instead. Once I made the switch it went together nicely. The key is just making sure the legs are centered on the cushion. Overall after assembly the unit isn't too bad but I can see assembly shying many people away.