Sunday, July 28, 2013

Ottoman, a flexible option for home

By: Charlette Zemke
When it comes to find furniture stuff for your relaxing and resting, you can’t settle for a simple footstool.  Have you heard something about Ottomans?  If not this article could show you a new option that could provide a contemporary ambiance in your living room.  Without doubt this type of design may cushion your weary feet for long time.

Ottomans are a recurrent topic that is highly searched through internet nowadays.  Articles about their shapes and sizes have regular appearance in websites, decorator show houses, and decorating magazines.

New Ottoman designs either may take up a lot of space in a room, or are small enough to tuck under a coffee table. These ones are being sold as coordinating furniture with gliders or armchairs.

There are several creative options, which you may combine in order your Ottoman can be used as extra seating, storage, or coffee table.  For example if you want to get a creative alternative to the standard coffer table, you just need to place a serving tray on a larger Ottoman.  Definitely from oversized to small ones, Ottomans are “the hidden gem” that may be missing from your home.

Where Can I place my Ottoman?

Interior designers suggest Ottomans can be used in other rooms besides the living room; different designs can be sued in the gaming room, family room, bedroom, and guest room. Our experience dealing with different type of clients long time ago shows that several customers prefer to choose these ones in leather as another alternative to sofas.

As far as prices are concerned, Ottomans vary in price from $150 to $1500 or more. The more elaborate Ottomans could be neatly tailored with gathers and cording. But if you enjoy do-it-yourself projects or you are just on a budget, an attractive ottoman can be made from foam, common plywood, and fabric. See our list of  Ottomans designs available to be shipped everywhere.

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