Songmics Ottoman Storage Bench Review And Giveaway

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Songmics Ottoman Storage Bench Review And Giveaway

I’ve been looking for a shoe storage piece for my small hall for ages when I came across Songmics products on Amazon. It’s hard to find something which fits and sits well in that small space, holds a few pair of shoes for each family member and looks good. I just hated all the shoes being around and cluttering the hall. Seems like everyone in this house is just too lazy to put them away in the hallway cabinet where they would normally belong to.

Songmics ottoman bench 

Useful and good looking storage space

We already have an ottoman for the children’s toys in the living room but somehow it didn’t occur to me to look for a similar solution for the shoes. I didn’t really thought about it as ottoman are tend to be larger and bulkier items. But I needed something sleek and narrow for the hall. Luckily, I have been sent one by Songmics and my problem is solved! My new SONGMICS 110 cm Ottoman Storage Bench and Footstool with Metal Support Light Grey Linen LSF77G  works perfectly in the small space and also looks good. 

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What I love about it:

  • It doubles up as an extra seating, which comes quite handy when we have to put shoes on. Specially for the children, as they need to sit down for putting their shoes on. 
  • It provides me with quite a bit of a storage space: a whopping 120 litres of it. So I can store not only 2-3 pairs of shoes for every member of the family but all the wellies, the umbrellas and the kids’ sandpit toys.
  • It’s sturdy and stable. Thanks to the metal support and the MDF parts it can bear up to 300 kg. 
  • It’s sleek looking and narrow enough to put it against any wall. I do like the smooth light grey linen cover which goes literally everything, no matter the style of the room. 
  • Versatile: it can be used as toy or linen storage too, or extra seating for guests.
  • Altogether it’s a very good quality item for the money (RRP: ยฃ37.99 with free delivery).

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  1. I love yellow it reminded me of daffodils and they to me are spring ???

  2. For spring colours, go with yellows and pastels. But spring is more about cleaning the house and getting the garden back into shape; not really enough time for decorating!

  3. Lilac, don’t know if it’s considered a spring colour but I love it

  4. Light grey and pale yellow – the colours of my kitchen at the moment :o)

  5. I’m just planning a revamp of the bedroom and looking at a lovely spring green

  6. Duck egg blue and cream always makes a room feel sunny and bright

  7. Not necessarily spring-like, but just decorated our kitchen/diner with grey (am in the middle of re-painting a shelf at the minute!

  8. Lime green is my absolute favourite, followed by a nice lemony yellow colour.

  9. I just painted a wall in my living room Damson Dream 3 & everyone loves it!

  10. I love greens ๐Ÿ™‚ spring is the season when so many greens appear after the long cold winter (and it’s frog colour :D)

  11. I’m noticing there’s a lot of pink around at the moment and I love it! It looks lovely against grey too. (another of my favourite colour schemes!)

  12. I’m loving turquoise at the moment. Our house is quite dark and using turquoise has brightened up our dining room and my daughter’s bedroom.

  13. I’m loving turquoise at the moment. Our house is quite dark and using turquoise has brightened up our dining room and my daughter’s bedroom.

  14. Duckegg blue, I absolutely love it. Itโ€™s like a breath of fresh air x

  15. I love blue colours and they go great with a red or pink contrast and add some zingy colour for the spring season.

  16. I love shades of yellow to brighten up the dreary days . Fab giveaway thanks for the chance

  17. I like light grey, I think that’s a spring colour? hmm well it is to me. x

  18. i use magnolia thoughout and accessorize with colours i love the nautical look

  19. Pale green and cream in my living room looks very springlike, but calming and vases of flowers like daffodils add a splash of bright spring colour.

  20. I’am loving the mustard and ochre tones that i’am seeing around at the moment. I’am filling my home with daffodils!

  21. Loving the light beige colours at the moment, but unfortunately the kids mucky fingerprints and the dog shaking after going out in the mud dissagree. Thankfully we went for wipable lol.

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