Published at Tuesday, 07 August 2018. Ottoman Table. By Gabrielle Rivers.
There are many ways to use your ottoman. Once again, this will depend on the style you purchase. A firm ottoman can make a great coffee table, especially if you are low on space. They are also not as large as a traditional coffee tables so this can be a great advantage when decorating a small space.
Apart from the internal structure of the ottoman, you should also consider the material that will be used to cover it. Definitely, it has to be durable enough so as to prevent foam or fibers from sticking out and making an unsightly view in your home. Some of the more popular materials used to cover ottomans these days are microsuedes, suedes, cotton blends and, of course, leather.
Ottomans can come in any material, but wood is the most generally preferred by most homemakers. This is because wood is durable and it is also easy to design as far as manufacturers of this type of furniture are concerned. This wood can be any variety, from maple, mahogany, walnut to wicker. If you're planning to place these pieces indoor, wood is a good material to have. Choices of wood ottomans range from hardwood to engineered wood to wood laminates. Hardwood is the most expensive but it is also very durable. Engineered wood is less expensive than hardwood but it is usually more durable because it is designed to withstand natural elements which can cause damage to natural wood. Wood laminates are made to mimic the effect of wood and are less durable, but they are most cost-efficient compared to any other wood type.
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