You’ve done enough. After a hard day, it’s time to lean back and let someone else shoulder the load. Thick saddle leather and a robust architectural frame keep you hanging around in style. Add some giddy-up with the Toro Ottoman.
Toro was a design journey. Sometimes ideas flow quickly from our sketchbooks to real life and other times they demand patience and endurance. Our goal was simple – to design a high-backed lounge chair with a small footprint, comfortable enough to sink into and watch a ball game. But, man, did we make that hard on ourselves. Toro started with a metal tubular frame and a more constructed upholstered “bucket seat.” After numerous prototypes, we ditched the metal frame for wood because it was friendlier and warmer to the touch. We shit-canned the upholstered seat for something much simpler, just a die-cut piece of thick belt leather – an expensive material for us at the time, but one that made its own structure through the simple act of using the chair. Sometimes it’s worth the wait.