Gus* Modern Mimico Storage Ottoman

$995.00(CAD)
Part of the Mimico Series, this multi-purpose design has a distinctive Scandinavian influence.  The Mimico can be used as an ottoman, coffee table, or bench.  Perfect for the living room, bedroom or entryway, the upholstered top provides a comfortable seat, and flips up easily to stash clutter.  It features a hard surface area to rest your sunglasses or keys while you get ready for the day.  The end has an open cubby for displaying books and magazines, and the legs are turned, solid wood.


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Dimensions:
127 cm w x 53 cm d x 41 cm h
50' w x 21' d x 16' h

Materials:
  • Protective clear coat finish
  • Non-marking leveler feet can be adjusted for stability on uneven floor surfaces
  • CARB (California Air Resources Board) Phase II compliant

  • Toronto-based furniture company Gus* Modern is the brainchild of industrial designer David Podsiadlo and has been garnering international attention.

    Inspired by simple forms and honest materials, Gus* Modern uses them as the springboard for everything they create. From the simple two-by-four and construction I-beam, to the useful miter box, they delight in the simplicity of everyday objects. The result is furniture, accent pieces, and accessories that mix the elegant with the industrial. Mirroring the great modernists of yesterday, they strive to combine great design and practical purpose.

    The Gus Modern Fabric Guide can be viewed at the following link:

    Gus Modern Fabric Guide

    - Protective clear coat finish

    - Non-marking leveler feet can be adjusted for stability on uneven floor surfaces

    - CARB (California Air Resources Board) Phase II compliant

    Availability: This item is on backorder and will be shipped on Nov 24th, 2017.