A large wall art sketch creates an eye-catching accent wall in this modern sitting space. A pair of modern leather chairs with matching ottomans are placed over a square pattern rug. A glass top table holds books and simple decor to finish the space and separate the chairs.
Adjacent to the boy's room, this stylish sitting area features brilliant turquoise accessories, a plush gray sectional and a leather Eames chair and matching ottoman. Designed for both relaxing or watching a movie, the space is the perfect spot to hang out with friends and family.
With inspirations as disparate as an English club chair and an American baseball mitt, the Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, designed in 1956 by Charles and Ray Eames, has nonetheless become a design classic. The duo creates instant Midcentury Modern cred in any setting, but looks particularly right when paired with other period-appropriate elements like the vertical wood paneling architect Mary Ann Schicketanz specified in the renovation of this Carmel, California home
A new piece of furniture that fit into the $500 budget was a rattan stool, which was a steal for $6 at a Goodwill thrift shop. The stool also subs for the matching ottoman, which designer Heather Hogan Roberts moved into an office area.
Three smaller scale cube ottomans covered in a grid design fabric sit under large eccentric wall art on one wall of the dining room. The mobile ottomans offer “emergency seating” for extra large gatherings at home.
Blue floral curtains with a red and green floral design complement the upholstered armchair and ottoman. A contemporary colorful art piece unifies the room's color scheme and adds an unusual element to this traditional design.
An oversized upholstered ottoman packs a powerful design punch in this kid-friendly living room. The soft performance fabric coordinates with the tonal blue on the walls, art, and other textiles in the space. The ottoman is versatile for entertaining, relaxation or for the kiddos to jump and play on.
An easy idea for a coffee table is using an ottoman. Look for an ottoman, either purchased new or from a thrift store, with a unique shape and detailing. This ottoman, which Nashville, Tenn., designer Jonathan Savage used in a showhouse, has an octagonal shape and gold square nail heads.