The Mylan ottoman is a beautiful blend of Art Deco and Japandi influences, with a unique egg-shaped design that is both stylish and functional. The ottoman is suspended by four soft-rounded wood legs, which add a touch of warmth and natural texture to the overall design. The legs are adorned with leather inset, hand-sewn details, that showcase the bold geometric shapes and glamorous finishes of the Art Deco era, while the ottoman’s clean lines and minimalistic silhouette draw inspiration from the calming simplicity of Japandi interiors.

Mylan’s upholstery is a soft, neutral fabric that enhances the piece’s contemporary yet inviting feel. Its sleeve-fit design provides a comfortable and supportive seat, while the egg-shaped design adds an element of fun and whimsy to any space.

Note: the leather on each arm cap has been upcycled from unused leather in our atelier, and is hand sewn and applied to the sofa just like a couture handbag. When ordering, let’s discuss your color scheme and we will try to match an in-house leather piece to your decor story. 

Why Nathan Anthony? Because our award winning designs are customizable and made-to-order in our family owned & operated facility in Los Angeles, CA USA.

Technical Information

Mylan may be limited to certain types of fabrics and will have to be approved before upholstering. Leathers are not a good choice for this collection. Our award winning sofas are made of kiln-dried Alder wood from sustainably harvested forests, recycled sinuous no-sag spring seating or recycled webbed seating, doweled, glued and corner-blocked joinery, high resiliency foam 2.5 pound. Can be ordered in standard sizes and most styles (not all) in custom sizes. All orders are made in, and ship from, Los Angeles, CA USA. Make sure to check for authenticity of your Nathan Anthony products. Each product has our law label with our logo and/or will have our name tags.


H:18 W:18 D:18 Weight:25 COM:1.5 yards COL:1 hide


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