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G Plan Living Room Ottomans and Footstools

G Plan became one of the market leaders in UK furniture manufacture during the early fifties, offering high quality classics and contemporary style to homes across the country. G Plan living room ottomans and footstools have a retro appeal, adding a sharp, vintage style to your home decor.

G Plan ottomans and footstools

G Plan living room ottomans and footstools come in a variety of styles, fabrics and shades, with many being original pieces of sixties and seventies furniture. Vintage G Plan Circular and square footstools have wooden legs (usually teak) and the padded top is buttoned for that classic seventies look. These charming footstools are well made and sturdy enough to be used as a seat, perhaps for a small child to view television when seating options are limited.

G Plan footstools are covered in either vinyl or hard wearing fabric. Vinyl covered footstools are available in numerous colours, including black, green, and tan brown. Fabric or corduroy covered G Plan living room ottomans and footstools are in neutral tones often being brown and grey. These footstools were made during the 1970's and prices vary depending on the condition of these classic items.

G Plan storage ottomans are well padded, fabric covered, vintage storage solutions. These items are available in merle grey, cream and oyster and are sturdy enough to be used as additional seating for guests.

For collectors of kitsch furniture items, G Plan living room ottomans and footstools can also be found in striking colours atypical of seventies home décor. These unique and unusual footstools can be found in dazzling royal blue triangle style and oblong orange and red for a bold statement.

G Plan living room ottomans and footstools can be found in a wide range of competitive prices, with many antique items coming in at the top end of the price spectrum perhaps better suited to collectors of this furniture brand. 

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