Ottomans can be very practical and elegant elements of our living rooms. In case you are one of those who haven’t discovered that yet, check out all these photos and see what appeals to you most. Of course, there is a lot of time that you can use to check these solutions.
Attractive traditional ottoman with a wooden frame and sturdy angular legs finished in black. It has a padded lid with hinges and a spacious storage compartment. It's upholstered in black synthetic leather.
This stunning ottoman stands on 4 flared legs for extra stability. Use it to comfortably keep your feet up on soft velvet after a long day of walking. Button tufted top adds elegance to this furniture.
This ottoman is a guest room must-have. It’s the perfect place to tuck away things like sheets, towels, blankets, and soap, so you’re always ready for visitors.
Unexpected holiday houseguests? No problem. Keep the guest room ottoman stocked with overnight essentials, like sheets, blankets, soap, and a phone charger. And don’t forget this year’s Christmas card for a personal touch. Now, bring on the visitors!
Roma Tufted Storage Ottoman - Price: $119.99. This ottoman has a removable cover that opens to reveal ample storage space. Store extra blankets, linens, pillows, out-of-season clothing and more. Constructed from a sturdy wooden frame and covered in polyes
Upholstered End of the Bed Storage Ottoman Entryway Bench. $99 at Target as of 8/8/12
Great idea for extra storage for sheets and blankets. Not sure if there will be enough room at the end of the bed though
Chunky, and comfortable looking. I'd like one of these in my bedroom. Good upholstery fabric choices as well.
End of bed storage bench. Need it king sized. Could use our entertainment center for storage bench
two of these at the end of the bed would be great. or even one in the living room for someone to sit on/store DVDs in.
Loving that mod square end table in the background, make it rectangular and you have a great bench! or flip it tall-ways and add shelves for a bathroom towel storage unit! would be so easy to build out of 2x12's!