Hetki ottoman, black base - off white Greenway Plain 001


516.75€ 795.00€

Hetki ottoman
516.75€ 795.00€


Lundia’s Hetki ottoman has a modern, minimalist design that draws on the traditions of Nordic design and woodworking. The Hetki ottoman features a beautiful solid wood frame and a generous, upholstered seat cushion. Thanks to the small tabletop next to the cushion, you can also use the ottoman as a coffee table.

Designed by Petteri Häkkinen, the Hetki ottoman makes a perfect pair for the Hetki sofa bed, and its calm, simple appearance is easy to match with any contemporary interior. The Hetki ottoman is manufactured in Finland and is available in several different upholstery options.

This ottoman is upholstered in GRS-certified Greenway fabric made from cotton surplus from the fashion industry. The recycled fibres give the fabric unique colours which may vary slightly from the images shown.

Black, off-white
80 cm
60 cm
42 cm
Frame material
Painted birch
Seat cushion
Foam, polyester wadding
Upholstery fabric
Greenway Plain 001: 79% recycled cotton, 6% recycled wool, 15% polyester
Abrasion resistance
25,000 Martindale
17 kg
Removable cover

Petteri Häkkinen

Petteri Häkkinen is a Finnish designer who established his own company, Studio Haekkinen, in 2013. Häkkinen has graduated from the Lahti Institute of Design and Fine Arts and has a background in carpentry, making wood an essential element in many of his designs – such as the sofa collection Hetki, designed by Häkkinen for the Finnish company Lundia.

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