Published at Monday, 16 October 2017 by Celestiel Delattre in Ottoman, with total 59 imageries.
An ottoman traditionally is a wooden box with cushioning on top. These boxes are used to rest your feet when you are relaxing. Ottomans were very popular in the Ottoman Empire and this is where it gets its name from. Normally ottomans are sold as part of a set and are paired with an armchair or glider. They are designed to match the chair or glider that they are paired with. In most homes they can be found in the living room and are used solely to put up ones feet. Designers are now coming up with innovative ways to use this piece of furniture and there are number of different uses that ottomans can be used for.
Consider what you will be using your ottoman for before you decide where to buy it from as well as what type of ottoman you want. If your household is particularly chaotic filled with pets and kids for example you may wish to buy an ottoman that is upholstered in materials which are easy to clean. You can also find ottomans that come with storage space for you to store items in and help keep the place tidy. Ottomans also can be used as coffee tables although these are usually slightly bigger and upholstered in sturdy leather for durability. If you are just after a good old fashioned ottoman to put your feet up on then you simply need to decide what colour scheme and materials will best suit your living room.
There are many types of ottomans that might suit ones home and purpose and give the room the charm one is looking for. They are available in all sizes - starting from standard size to small and even to oversize. Many beautiful ottomans are covered with leather. They are mostly used as storage benches and footrests are constructed with a sturdy hardwood frame. They are mostly wrapped with luxurious leather or beautiful designer fabrics. Ottomans are used as footstools extra seating a coffee table or as bedroom furniture. Some of the popular ottomans are leather cube ottomans storage cocktail ottomans upholstered ottomans and round ottomans.