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Mr Smith velvet footstool/coffee table in two sizes 46 colours

Our exclusive range of made-to-order upholstery, includes our very useful Mr Smith upholstered footstool/coffee table. Upholstered in hardwearing but soft and tactile velvet, this traditionally constructed and beautifully crafted footstool has a solid beech frame and webbed base.

Available in a choice of two sizes:
90cm long or 135cm long
Both sizes 65cm wide x 38cm high

FABRIC:
Our Mr Smith footstool is made-to-order in a choice of 46 hard-wearing velvet fabrics, with a choice of matt or antiqued velvet. To help you select your fabric type and colour please select your choice of fabric swatches (up to 5 free, thereafter £3.95 pp) which you can choose from the separate fabric swatch page. If you don't see a colour you like, please do contact us, as there may be other colours available in these ranges.

Our footstools can also be upholstered in customer's own fabric, please contact us for more details and advice.

LEGS
A choice of turned (with or without castors) or tapered legs which can be finished in a choice of seven different washed, stained or painted leg finishes - or painted in the colour of your choice, please advise of colour in 'special instructions' box at checkout.

CASTORS
A choice of antique brass, brass or silver castors.

Please select your choice of footstool, fabric, castor and leg finish from the drop-down menus below.

Example shown in Deep Blue 14 plush matt velvet with grey oak legs without castors.

CARD PAYMENT: Furniture items paid by credit or debit card: a 50% deposit on ordering, 50% balance prior to delivery. We authorise each card payment individually and will call you prior to charging your card, to advise lead times and to run through your order.

PAYPAL PAYMENT: Items purchased with PayPal are charged in full; however, a 4 month interest-free PayPal credit option is available, subject to T&Cs.

From
£295.00




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