By Amalia Hannon. Ottoman Design. Published at Monday, April 16th, 2018 - 03:41:23 AM.
However you choose to style your ottoman footstool, it's important to shop around to compare the market as there is a huge variety of styles and designs between different suppliers. For an expert eye, you may also wish to engage the services of an interior designer who will help you to pick out a design and fabric that works well for your room. Finally, it's important to experiment before making your final decision so don't be shy when it comes to asking for fabric samples to try out in your home before taking your ottoman home. Take time to see how an ottoman will work in your home and you can be sure to pick up a piece which really adds to your look.
One popular design allows the top section of the ottoman to lift up. The base or bottom section can be used for storage and it is frequently used for storing linen or towels, though you can use it for storing just about anything. Many people need a place to store extra old newspapers and magazines; an ottoman is great for that. Other parents with young children have used the space for storing toys and other items that their child plays with when they are in the living room. It is excellent for this type of storage, as it makes it very simple to pick up and put the toys away after the child is done playing.
Curved ottomans are actually slightly out of fashion currently although they can still work extremely well in the right setting. Due to their shape, it's not advisable to combine rounded ottomans with linear furniture as this will create a slightly uncouth aesthetic. Instead, opt for a curved piece only in circumstances where you are working with a curvature as part of the existing look, either from the sofa or room itself. Ultimately, an ottoman has to accentuate the existing look by following pre-established design principles as otherwise you will find it will compete with other items of furniture, disrupting the interior look and feel.
The tab tie ottoman slipcovers are also available in various fabrics and are somewhat adjustable. They feature instructions on how to properly fold the corners and sides in so that once tied, there's a perfect fit. These tie covers are a more formal or more "shabby chic" look depending on material and fabric pattern. They're lovely in any room of the house and can really transform an old torn up ottoman into a brand new one for very little investment.
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