By June Rector. Ottoman Design. Published at Friday, June 01st, 2018 - 08:00:23 AM.
Ottoman footstools have a long established heritage in the field of interior design, stretching back through over four hundred years of design history. Originating from Turkish familial seating, the modern ottoman became a common furniture piece from the late 17th and early 18th centuries, as it quickly became popular in Paris and London. More recently, ottoman footstools have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity when paired with contemporary modern sofas, so just how did such a traditional and basic item of furniture become so influential in the field of interior design?.
Comfort is always at the forefront of the ottoman's design; with decadent layers of padding often included as standard. This makes them very comfortable to it on and convenient for use as additional seating when you have guests over. If you live in a particularly busy home with many guests in and out an ottoman can prove very useful for such purposes, and will significantly enhance the aesthetics of the room in the process.
With round ottomans one can adorn all kinds of living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, dining rooms, home offices, and dens with furnishings. Round ottomans are mostly used as seating or for decorative purposes. Important components of the round ottomans are organic cotton (made with seedless and organically grown cotton), natural rubber (natural rubber components are dust mite repellents), and maple wood (dried maple is used and often the interior of wood is left unfinished).
A modern living room includes such simply designed furniture which gives an overall contemporary appeal and feel to the room; especially the sofa set. Being important living room furniture a sofa set gives the room its identity. There are myriad varieties of modern sofa set available in the market out of which ottoman sofa sets has been grabbing lot of attention lately. Ottoman is additional furniture along with the main sofa which are stylish and multipurpose.
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