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Hushaberry Heritage

Woolly Sheepskin Ottoman - Toi Toi

  • $855.00

Made in Hawkes Bay

8 weeks delivery time

What could be better than putting your feet up on a fluffy sheepskin ottoman on a cold  evening, after a long, tiring day or during a Netflix binge session?

Hand cut, hand stitched and each stuffed by hand, each woolly sheepskin ottoman is made to order. The silky soft fur adds luxury and cosiness, not to mention the practical and eco-friendly fully washable sheepskin outer.

The woolly sheepskin ottoman is Toi Toi colour, and comes in two sizes: LARGE (pictured with family here) and MEDIUM.

Also available in natural black/brown here.


The ottoman are lined with a fabric inner for easy filling and extra strength and shape. A zip enables easy access for filling.

The wooly sheepskin ottoman takes approximately 2 litres of standard beans. Obviously, we would love you to use beans which are biodegradable, certified commercially compostable and made in NZ from PLA (maize starch).  So to help you, here's a link for where to buy the biodegradable and compostable beans


Founder Amie Bristed, started her entrepreneurial journey back in 2003, with the launch of Merino Kids and the first ever merino sleeping bag for babies. After picking up a few awards in the Deloitte Fast 50 and a number of local and international business design awards, Amie and her family moved to Hampshire in the UK to start building the brand in Europe.  But with three children, it wasn't long before Amie realised she was missing being able to raise her young ones in the wonderful natural environment of New Zealand. 

In 2019, happily ensconsed back in the Hawkes Bay of New Zealand, Amie branched out to add luxurious wool furnishings to her repetoire, principally servicing high-end architects and interior designers. It began with the need to create well-designed, beautiful quality woollen products, and quickly expanded to a truly stunning range of home furnishings, unlike any other. Small Marvels is delighted that Amie has expanded this to include being part of the house built by New Zealand.