Marco Zanuso style footstool, newly made in 25 colours of velvet with solid brass legs, Italian. Made exclusively for Roomscape`s Contemporary Collection.This 1950`s style footstool is the perfect companion to the Marco Zanuso armchair. A footstool does not appear have been part of Zanuso 1950`s designs and so we have sourced this designe made to order in a choice of 25 velvet colours as the swatches photographed. This is an example of colour #14 pale rose. Production time is under 10 weeks.Lounge living of the 1950`s inspired this contemporary design with its relaxing curves & lush velvet. The elegant style, size, & quality detail make this footstool along with a complementary chair perfect for an impressive sitting room. The style fits within a range of Interiors such as Traditional, Art Deco, Hollywood Regency, Minimalist, Industrial or Contemporary. The velvet fabric name is "Honey Moon" by Anteprima, Italy. It is quality velvet 100% polyester, high performance with good backing, soft, durable and flame retardant. All the components meet fire regulations. We are happy to send some fabric swatches by post to see the colour & material up close. We have the full range of colour samples in our London Showroom for you to see. Please ring +44 (0) 7956 645492 to arrange a visit or email with your requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. The legs are hand made solid brass. These are the same type of legs as in our 1950`s inspired armchairs giving consistency across the footstool & chair. Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. The frames will be wrapped in several layers of bubblewrapp/foam/cardboard and a final layer of cellophane for safe transport. If necessary the legs can be easily unscrewed from both pieces and packed separately in a box. This armchair & footstool can be safely packed in a box for export and economically shipped by a courier like Fedex.MARCO ZANUSO BIOGRAPHY - Marco Zanuso (1916-2001) was one of a group of Italian designers from Milan shaping the international idea of good design in the Post war years. Read more on our Roomscape Blog about Marco Zanuso.