It’s not unheard of for Aldi to sell furniture from time to time. Sometimes the grocer sells large furniture such as futons or desks or accent cabinets, or even outdoor tables. More commonly, Aldi sells small- to mid-sized pieces such as storage ottomans, storage carts, kids’ chairs, or this cute and versatile ottoman I picked up this week.
The SOHL Furniture Decorative Ottoman (product code 704895) cost $24.99 at the time of publication, making it competitively priced compared to other ottomans on the market.
These caught my eye because of their small size. I thought one would work well in my sunroom, where we often want to put our feet up while lounging in armchairs, but there’s not a lot of room for a large footrest or ottoman. This one is small enough that it can easily be tucked into a corner when it’s not in use.
Here’s more info on the ottoman:
- Measures 11″ x 11″ wide and is 15.5″ tall
- Holds up to 120 lbs.
- Available in Textured Stripe (White/Blue), Textured Squares (Gray), Textured Weave (Rose), or Textured Plaid (White/Gray)
- For indoor use
- Spot clean only
- Made in China
I bought the ottoman in the Textured Squares (Gray) pattern, thinking it would do a good job of hiding any dirt or scuffs it might pick up while being used in my sunroom.
It’s a nice addition to the room, taking up a minimal amount of space while offering a spot to put my feet up. I’m almost tempted to buy a second one. I might move the one I have into my living room during the colder months so we can use it there as well. It has some felt pads on the bottom of its feet so it’s less likely to scratch wood floors. My only complaint is minor, and that’s the fact that there isn’t as much padding on top of the ottoman as I’d hoped there would be. It’s not a deal breaker, though, and overall I’m glad I bought this.
The SOHL Furniture Decorative Ottoman is small, measuring 11 inches wide and just over 15 inches tall, making it ideal for using in small spaces. It comes in several patterns and holds up to 120 pounds. If you need a spot to put your feet up, this might be worth a look.