Ottoman A Must Have Furniture For Your Living Room

Ottoman is widely used in many traditional and modern houses in the world as a part of the home furniture. The height of the ottoman is lower than the standard chair or sofa without backrest and hand rest as it is often used as a stool or footstool.
kensington OttomanOttoman actually has been passing long history. It has been available since the 13th century during the Royal Turkey. That time, the Turkish uses it for their footrest. It was popularized by the British in 1806, they define ottoman as a padded chair without back and hand rest.
contemporary footstools and ottomansThe history of ottoman began during the Royal Turkey. That time, the stock of wood was very limited. Alternatively, many people at that time used hassocks. Hassock is a traditional Turkish material that used usually for kneeling base. It is laminated with leather. After Roman and Greek occupancy in Egypt and Turkey, the chair was identical as lazy chair for the emperor to have a rest.
Maroon ottomanTime by time, the ottoman becomes more popular in the world. British and American took part in popularizing it as a part of home furniture. Since then, many furniture designers develop it’s design and make this unique furniture a must have item for the living room.
merrill chair with ottomanToday, the ottoman is common in every house as a part of decoration too. It has many functions now, not only used for a footrest, but also for sitting, coffee table, cocktail table, corner table and sometimes for stuffs storage. Elsie Rectangle Storage Ottoman
You may find varied designs and material available in the furniture stores now days. You can buy a set of sofa including the ottoman, or you can buy it separately.
Dark Grey OttomanYou can create an ottoman by yourself, using wood, multiplex, or lightweight steel as a frame. You can check the models in here online or from furniture magazines. The shape is not necessarily square; you can make a round or oval shape as well.
Nixon OttomanFor the ottoman cover, you are free to choose some materials such as leather, same as your sofa covers, or using vintage materials as decoration, You can also accessorize it with unique motifs. Sasha Charcoal Ottomananglesey ottoman in house chenille
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