An ottoman, by definition, is typically a short and padded piece of furniture that is often used as a footstool, though they do have other uses. A wonderful addition to almost any living room, an ottoman allows you to really put your feet up and can add another level of comfort to a chair or couch.
The piece of furniture is actually a multipurpose gem: It can be used as a cocktail table substitute, a decorative footstool for a sofa, or space-saving storage. Whether composed of tufted fabric, leather, or suede; ottoman can be subtle yet crucial accessory in many ways.
If your living room is in need of a bit of something extra, but you are not sure what the room is in need of, consider an ottoman. Check out below for the perfect fit for your space.
LIVING ROOM OTTOMAN
A living room is always enhanced when there is enough pieces of furniture. An ottoman is one such piece of furniture.
A small ottoman is ideal as a mobile seat or footstool. This is your best option if you are living in a limited spaced accommodation.
MODERN LEATHER OTTOMAN
A modern ottoman is one that has multiple functions. This means that it can used as a chair, stool or a table.
RE-PURPOSED OLD TABLE
Speaking of old coffee tables, you should also consider the option or re-purposing yours into an ottoman rather than replacing it entirely. All you have to do is add some foam and upholstery fabric. And there’s also two small fluffy ottomans for you to sit.
Legless ottomans are considered more modern in design. There are also round ottomans that are un-upholstered and they make great tables.
MATCHED AND FLUFFY
Here we can see a simple matching ottoman with a very fluffy top. This ottoman is large enough to let someone really kick back and extend their legs. It also is sturdy enough to work as an extra seat.
Round ottoman with a detachable top that acts as a lid for the inner storage spaces. A classic storage ottoman is one with extra and open storage under the upholstered top.
SQUARE AND COMFY
This wide and square ottoman accompanies a big and comfortable sofa. This ottoman is great for expanding the area of this sofa when you are kicking back.
This multi-level design exudes modern chic as well as the comfort of a family cottage. Curved ottomans sit adjacent to comfortable sitting areas.
You can easily tell a vintage designed ottoman, it has legs. The legs are usually curved wood, matched the legs table and the whole vibe.
Simple and concise form in monochromatic upholstery variant will harmoniously fit into any interior style from traditional to contemporary.
Ottoman with a base of natural or artificial rattan will be a beautiful take-away option for recreation space on the outdoor terrace.
From complimenting a seat with some extra comfort, acting as an independent piece of seating, being a soft coffee table, to even being able to store items, an ottoman is quite a useful piece of furniture.