By Liliana Curley. Ottoman Design. Published at Thursday, June 21st, 2018 - 20:30:59 PM.
Obviously an Ottoman should not be used as a coffee table without utilizing a serving tray on top as soft material and hot liquid drinks do not make a good combination. The answer is simple. Use a serving tray when you have guests and need a place to serve refreshments. Obviously be careful if you do have young children as the hot drinks will be at their height level. The more common uses of an ottoman are as a footstool or if large enough, a day bed but sometimes they will double up as a seat. If you have more guests than chairs, I am sure younger people won't mind using it as something to sit on. It won't be comfortable for long periods of time as it doesn't have the back support but it will do in an emergency.
If you decide to purchase an ottoman sofa set, you can have another advantage of a comfortable please to seat and to sleep. The sofa can be simply converted into a bed for sleepovers. A bench ottoman is also useful as you can place it at the corner of your bed, against a wall or in front of a sofa. It just takes minutes to convert your living room or office into a guest room. The modern designed ottoman sofa set, fabric or leather, must match with your rugs, curtains, walls, flooring and other furniture. The colors and materials should match the style and design of the room or else you will end messing up your living room regretfully.
Ottoman frames appear in eye-catching shapes and designs like rectangular, square and round. Ottoman upholsters are available in colorful leathers, fabrics and patterns. There are different kinds of materials used for ottoman sofa set to suit any kind of interiors. If your living room already features fabric furniture, then fabricated ottomans can only add to the beauty. They give a homely feel and create a sense of softness as the fabric used is smooth giving it an ethnic look.
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?.
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