Monte Ottoman Bench | Natural
Size: 42 H x 120 L x 58 D cm | 1'4" H x 3'11" L x 1'11" D
Materials: Argentinean Sheep Wool + Tasmanian Oak
Colour: Natural + Tasmanian Oak frame
Construction: Hand crafted
Made by: Monte Weavers and Local Craftsmen in Byron Bay
Note: This product is available as pre-order, allow 5 weeks for production.
Description + -
These ottomans are upholstered in handwoven textiles made by our artisan weavers in Argentina in both traditional and contemporary designs. They are made in the same way as our rugs: hand-loomed using pure sheep’s wool.
The timber frames are handmade by local craftsmen in Byron Bay, who work with beautiful Tasmanian Oak hardwood to shape and build each piece.
Subtle variations in grain and colour profile reflect the handmade nature of our products and are what make each Pampa piece truly unique. Whilst we do our best to represent the colour accurately, wool and timber are natural materials, so please expect slight variations in gradient and tone.
When you purchase an ottoman, you’re helping Pampa trace the map that connects Argentina’s talented artisans with the global community.
Care and Instructions + -
Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight, moisture and rotate to promote even wear. For more information on how to care for your woven Ottoman refer to our Care + Maintenance instructions for textiles.
Shipping info + -
Delivery is currently only available within Australia to New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria Australia from our Byron Bay store via Courier service. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a shipping quote for any other regions.
Please note: International delivery is not yet available for these pieces.
For more info refer to our FAQ + Shipping and returns.
Style tip + -
Pair an Ottoman with one of Pampa's signature cushions or throws, to play with texture and inject personality into your living space.
PLANT TREES WITH US
Pampa is proud to partner with environmental charity One Tree Planted on crucial reforestation projects around the world. When you buy a rug or a print, you're planting 5 trees, and for other Pampa pieces you're planting 1 tree.