Chester Velvet footstool

Chester Velvet footstool Velours Navy blue

Ref. 803187

This midnight blue velvet footstool is part of the Chester sofa range and was designed exclusively for Habitat by Matthew Hilton. A timeless design combined with high-quality Italian manufacturing. A classic, modern shape to suit any interior. Incontestable comfort with a cover that is very pleasant to the touch. Dimensions & Composition


40 cm
60 cm
40 cm
60 cm
Seat height
45 cm
Other dimensions
L.60 x W.40 x H.40 x D.60 cm, height depth: 45 cm
Number of packages
Total package weight
16.00 kg
Package Length Height Width Weight
1 x 1 package(s) 93 cm 43 cm 67 cm 16 kg
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Product description

Range of sofas made in Italy with corrected and pigmented calfskin leather upholstery or with a removable fabric cover. The frame is made from solid pine (for pressure-bearing zones) and particle board covered in polyurethane foam (density 30 kg/m
This product can be recycled. It must be sorted or taken to a collection point.
Velvet footstool
Velvet footstool
Velvet footstool
Velvet footstool
Velvet footstool
Velvet footstool
Velvet footstool
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Super Velvet fabric is made in Italy with very resistant polyester thread. It has a particularly soft feel and its appearance varies according to the light and its exposure in the room, giving it a subtle interplay of contracts in your living room. Super Velvet is comfortable and acquires a lovely patina over the years. This fabric is available in four colours.


Avoid prolonged and direct exposure of the sofa to sunlight: the colours may fade. Do not position the sofa near a heat source (radiator, chimney, etc.) or a source of moisture. Heat and moisture may damage the covering. Vacuum or brush the furniture fabric once a week: the accumulation of dust accelerates wear and the tarnishing of colours. Professional cleaning only. Tip for sponging spilt liquids immediately: dab with a clean, dry cloth to absorb the liquid. Do not rub as this may damage the fabric. Tone variations between cleaned and uncleaned surfaces may appear.