Ottomans can be used as foot stools to accompany a comfortable armchair, for extra seating, a bedroom bench, or even as a coffee table.
Ottomans come in various sizes, shapes and textures. Some of them are oversized, but they all most of the time both functional and practical.
Here are some great examples of ottomans.
Which one is your favorite?
In this beautiful interior designed by Patricia Gray, an oversized ottoman has been showcased in a beautiful charcoal cashmere fabric. Don't you love the serenity of this design!
A mix of contemporary art, French 40s and 50s furniture with a restrained pallet where the inspirations in creating this interior created by Michael Rosenberg. He used the fabulous Kelly Round Ottoman.
Small square ottoman looks comfortable and very practical at this small study. From Donghia
A master bedroom - the client wanted to use existing furnishings, wanted it chic but not shabby. A dash of old hollywood glamour.. voila! by Michelle Workman- Very pretty skirt!
Contemporary and geometric, the Skyline Chaise and ottoman are fully upholstered with vogue polished stainless steel sled legs, fixed backs with a loose seat cushion and three lumbar cushions. by Diane Paparo. This is a very contemporary sleek look.
Elegant leather tufted ottoman by Hayes de Fer.
Very pretty ottoman in zebra skin from Phases Africa
Kelly Hoppen signature ottoman in crocodile leather skin.
At 66" Long this long oval ottoman from MGBW is great for fronting a long sofa and adding curves to the space!
Black patent leather upholstery with polished nickel nailhead trim and white finish by Jonathan Adler
Which ones of these ottomans is your favorite ? Do you think that you are likely to buy an ottoman for your home in the near future? If so please let me know about it by leaving a comment on the Blog!
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