Published at Sunday, November 05th 2017. by Cherell Maury in Ottoman.
Ottomans are no longer just a piece of furniture for you to put your feet on. Innovative designs have given the ottoman a number of uses. Dont be afraid to think creatively. You dont have to keep ottomans only in your living area; they can be used in any room to create a multi function cozy sitting area.
Irresistible Charm. The numerous styles and fabric options make it hard to resist owning a storage ottoman.You can purchase a large square or rectangle shaped ottoman or even a round storage ottoman all of which offer unique style and extra storage. If you need something smaller the cube ottoman might be a perfect fit for your needs. Either choice is sure to add a unique touch of style to your living areas.
Storage ottomans are just that: they are built for storage. The padded top is usually hinged and can open up to reveal an open space in heart of the ottoman in which people generally store blankets for use with the easy chair and ottoman. Many people use ottomans as tables and if they have a flat level surface so much the better. They can be used as coffee tables or benches.
Some Features to Look For When shopping for a storage ottoman you will want to make sure that the color and pattern you choose will blend seamlessly with your current furniture. If you need a coffee table search for benches that have a multipurpose lid. A bench that has pockets sewn into the sides makes a great place to store all of those shoes cluttering up your closet and they make the perfect bench to place at the end of your bed. Benches that will be sat on should specify the amount of weight they will hold so make sure you check weight limitations before purchasing an ottoman.
There are several types of ottomans: standard storage ottoman tables coffee table ottoman and bench. The ottomans were the favorite piece of furniture named after the Ottoman Empire which lasted from 1299 until 1922. The Ottoman Empire spanned three continents Western Asia Eastern and Southeastern Europe and North Africa. World War One ended Ottoman rule in these parts of the world but not the spread of its cherished footstool. Even after the empire lost its power the name stuck to this very versatile and useful footrest and its popularity spread like wild fire especially in America. In one sense the ottomans have reconquered a large share of the world and arguably more people know the name now than they did when the real Ottomans were in control.
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.