Elbert Heinrich. Ottoman & Storage Ottoman. May 13th , 2020.
In 1299 there was an event that occurred that would change the way the world decorated its houses and living rooms for centuries to follow. The event would be the establishment of the Ottoman Empire, which would continue to exist in some form until 1922.
While you might be able to pull off the look of a leather ottoman and a fabric sofa, the reverse is more challenging. On the other hand, if your living room already features fabric furniture, you have a wealth of fabric ottoman upholsteries to choose from. Pick out a microfiber ottoman in a bright hue to draw the eye to the center of the room. Get a fabric ottoman and an assortment of inexpensive, attractive ottoman slipcovers to coordinate your ottoman by season or by throw pillow.
Popular for indoor and outdoor patios, wicker seating is especially inviting when accompanied by a good rattan ottoman. It’s durable, light and easy to personalize. With a few brush strokes, you can turn a white rattan ottoman into a modern, customized pink, green or black wicker ottoman. Just keep your rattan furniture away from extreme heat and humidity and treat it with the occasional cleaning to ensure you enjoy it for years.
If you’re looking for a chair ottoman or an attractive footstool, you’ll be happy to find that tufted ottomans have a lot to offer. Tufting keeps an ottoman’s foam and cotton filling from shifting or bunching, which is prone to happen after repeated use. Button-tufted ottomans also have an elegant, classic look that’s surprisingly affordable. For practical reasons, if you’re looking for a coffee-table ottoman or tray table ottoman, stay away from tufting.
Throughout the history of this household item, it would take on many different forms, and wind up significantly changed from its initial design which would often dominate three-quarters of the walls in a room. Today ottomans are usually found in the form of footstools and, less frequently, large benches that can double as armless, backless couches.
Coffee-table ottomans and tray ottomans are extremely popular. Coffee-table ottomans solve the problem of feet on the coffee table and create all-in-one centerpieces for small living rooms or cozy quarters. At the other end of the spectrum, tray ottomans give you all-in-one furniture that’s personalized to any seat in the house. Versatile, mobile and separable, your ottoman tray can be used as a stand for a laptop or breakfast in bed.
They can come in an immense range of colors, and the materials you’ll encounter will include Polyurethane Leather, linen, cotton, vinyl, and countless others. Be sure to consider the space that you’ll be putting your ottoman in and what kind of stresses it will face.
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