The modern-day decorative ottoman gets its roots from the Turkish Empire. In Turkey the ottoman is the center of the living space usually piled with cushions. Today’s decorative ottoman and poufs are one of the most beloved and versatile piece of furniture in interiors, they can be used as foot rests, stools, benches or coffee tables. Pouf and Ottomans come in a variety of shapes and sizes; can be made from a wide range of materials, and the details all depend on your imagination. Here are some of the more popular ottomans in the market today.
Sometimes referred to as “decorative poufs” these unstructured and comfortable home decor accent pieces are light and come in handy as extra seating or a place to rest feet on.
This more traditional ottoman by Ralph Lauren Home is elegant and sophisticated. The beautiful shiny leather and button tufting accentuates its good looks.
The nailhead detail adds whimsy to what would have been an ordinary ottoman. Ideal for someone looking to add glamor to their room.
The sensual organic legs on this ottoman adds an air of elegance to any contemporary space, paired up in front of the fireplace.
This ottoman would work beautifully in an entry, or in front of the fireplace in a modern setting.
This large tufted ottoman by MacRae Designs with its beautiful turned legs looks like an antique, and can easily be used as a coffee table bringing a casual feel to what would be a formal room.
We love this contemporary tufted stunner. It’s translucent legs give the ottoman a light and airy feel. Emerson et Cie
If vintage is your thing than you will fall in love with these two tufted velvet low ottomans perfect for resting you feet on use as coffee tables.
Whatever your style is I hope you have found some inspiration in the ottomans’ above. I know there is always room for an ottoman in any space.
You can find beautiful poufs and ottomans, decorative pillows, wall decor, area rugs and home accents to help you bring the sea into your home at Carmel Decor.
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by Firoozeh Khorrami
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