Adunni Ottoman - BÚLÚÙ



The Ilé Ilà Adunni Chair footstool showcases Asò-oké textile on a modern ottoman which pairs perfectly with the Adunni Chair. Asò-oké textile, pronounced ah-shaw-okay and meaning top cloth, is hand loomed from cotton by expert Nigerian Yoruba fabric makers using centuries old techniques. The fabric, which is used for special occasions, is typically passed on from generation to generation.

Add an extra pop of color and bring added comfort by creating a bright and inviting sitting area with this mid-century modern ottoman which can be easily moved to fit the needs of any space.



Founded in 2017 by architect Tosin Oshinowo to celebrate her Yoruba culture, Ilé Ilà, translated "House of Lines", is a lifestyle furniture line designed and handmade in Lagos, Nigeria. Oshinowo, who is known for designing the iconic Maryland Mall in Lagos, turned her interests in product design to create functional chairs that bring bright explosions of color into contemporary pieces while also placing them in a Nigerian-African context.

The Ilé Ilà aesthetic is fueled by a love of West African fabrics and hardwoods which form the basis for the brand’s expression and identity. Each piece is a celebration of African culture

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