This is a furniture review on behalf of Songmics.
For those of you that really know me, you know I do not like to cold. I like to always have a blanket (or two) nearby. So, next to our couch in our family room, I like to keep a collection of blankets. First, I had them in a wooden basket. Then, I moved to this little cheap storage box I believe I picked up at Big Lots years ago. It was falling apart and the design did not really fit in with the rest of the room.
My New Songmics Storage Ottoman
Then, the people from Songmics reached out to me to see if I wanted to try any of their products. So, I took a look at some of their products. It looked like they had some nice storage and furniture options for home organization. Then, I spotted this folding storage ottoman. It looked so much nicer than what we currently had and it was also bigger and sturdier. This ottoman is a 43″ L fabric storage ottoman bench that has a lift top (full or half lift options). Of course, I chose to try this ottoman.
Shipping was pretty fast. It took less than a week to receive the ottoman. Then, it was very easy to set up. Basically, you just open the box and unfold the ottoman.
Look at all of this storage space! I love the fact that you can open the whole top or just half of it. In addition, it fits in much better with our current home decorations and furniture. This is great!
More items from Songmics
Now, I’m going to look the rest of the items Songmics sells on Amazon and add products to my wishlist.
Next, take a look at some of the home organization items Songmics sells.
Songmics Home Organization Giveaway (ended)
This blog post was originally posted in 2018.
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