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Global Bazaar - Stools & Ottomans

Really, what could be more Global Bazaar than an ottoman? Born on the Bosporus and brought to Europe in the late 1700s, the term ottoman makes its first appearance in writing in the diaries of none other than one of America’s most stylish founding fathers - Thomas Jefferson. Back in the Ottoman Empire, the furnishing was the primary piece of furniture that often lined three walls of a room, piled with cushions throughout. In Europe this almost “whole room” approach was tailored down to the shapes we know today – as a circular, octagonal or square. The Global Bazaar stool, on the other hand, is a direct reflection of the many nomadic traditions found in the world, and the inherent need they have for easily transported pieces that can work in multiple applications. From hammered metal to reclaimed textiles, the materials and silhouettes vary without ever sacrificing comfort.
 
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