A Must-Have Ottoman Foot rest Design and Features

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Ottomans come in wide ranges of shapes, designs, patterns, and styles, that narrowing down your options can be difficult. With so many various design characteristics to choose from, choosing an ottoman can be difficult. Here are a few of our favorite ottoman foot rest design aspects that we think are appealing to help you narrow down your options. Here are a must have ottoman footrest features and design:

  1. Upholstery with tufts

Ottomans with deep pocket patterns, like this Marken Round Ottoman, are a favorite of ours. They are rich in detail and harken back to a time when flat-pack furniture was unheard of. Tufted upholstery adds depth and texture to your ottoman and gives it a whimsical, vintage appeal. It will undoubtedly make a strong impression on your living space. If you choose a high-quality ottoman fabric, your furniture should be able to withstand a lot of use.

  1. More surface area

An ottoman is much more than a place to put your feet up. It can now be used for various purposes, ranging from extra seats to a coffee table. Size can be a desirable design aspect for any ottoman because of these additional applications; the larger the surface area, the more people or books you can accommodate!

  1. Wheels

Buying an ottoman with wheels is another option to make it more versatile. When you’re expecting a crowd, wheels make it simple to move your ottoman from the center of the room to the corner. Since it comes to choosing a new ottoman, you don’t have to be limited by size, weight, or shape; when it’s on wheels, you can effortlessly maneuver any design about your space with minimal effort. Wheels don’t have to be obnoxious. This elegantly designed Elisa footstool is a superb example of an ottoman. The black wheels on the finely carved and lacquered legs are scarcely visible.

  1. Decorative studs

Everyone enjoys a little sparkle. Accent studs, like the ones on this Helene ottoman, are a great way to add some brass to your ottoman without making it appear cheap. Accent studs make your ottoman more eye-catching, making it an excellent choice for the focal point of your living area. They provide a touch of sophistication and beauty to your ottoman in a subtle way.

  1. A bed

That’s right, you read it accurately. The finest ottoman design detail was saved for last. With this Sonja ottoman sofa bed, you can change your ottoman into a bed if a coffee table, foot stool, and additional chairs aren’t enough.

In its standard cube shape, it might not appear possible.

When that night with your colleague goes a bit longer than intended, the Sonja ottoman foot rest includes a clever fold-out mechanism that allows you to rearrange the cube into a bed. We have a diverse assortment of designer ottomans at Brosa. Check out our entire collection today to get an eye-catching ottoman for your living area, whether you want accent studs, wheels, or tufted upholstery.