The label reads: ” The Original Stow-Away Hassock by Barnett”. This mid-century ottoman has four different open positions.
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I just found one of these in my mothers basement, any idea what its worth, we will have an estate sale later on….Thanks for input!
Hi there! The value is really dependent on the condition of the piece, the color, and where you are located. Here in Montana, something like this ottoman in this yellow-green color might fetch $15-20 at an estate sale. If it’s a more appealing color, and say you’re located in Florida, for example, it would probably be worth more. Good luck with your sale!
I inherited one from the previous owner of the house I bought. I’ve already stripped it down to the wood but leaving the springs intact and looking for ideas on what to recover it with. The vinyl and batting was in bad shape,
It sounds like you’ve inherited a fun project! Choosing fabric can be a huge challenge… and alas, is ultimately is a subjective choice. Here are three posts that might give you a starting point for choosing: Playing with Color, 5 Tips: Choosing Fabric for Upholstery, and Upholstery Welt as a Design Choice.
I hope this helps,