This ottoman features spacious storage with stylish good looks. Larger scaling provides plenty of room to put your feet up and plenty of room for stowing away extra blankets or pillows. Long-wearing gray polyester upholstery with a soft, velvety texture.
There are simply designed furniture but they are capable of fulfilling many functions. Among these is the ottoman, whose concept could not be simpler: a stool more or less low, four legs that can have a compartment to store things. In almost every home you can find one, and you get practically any material and design; so it fits perfectly with any decor.
Don’t set your space up to fail by adding grand pieces that barely fit. Buy furniture that suits your small space. Down-sizing doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice drama – make simple adjustments by buying a loveseat instead of a sofa, or replace a large sleigh bed with an upholstered headboard and sleek platform base.
Now, more and more people are choosing location over size, living downtown in apartments and condos, instead of moving to the suburbs. Furniture designers have responded with small scale sofas that offer ample space, without taking up a lot of room. Look for sofas with slim track arms, which may have the same width as other sofas, but offer more seating space than a sofa with large rolled or splayed arms.
Clearing clutter is the first step to making any space look more open. More and more furniture today is built with function in mind, with an abundance of drawers or shelves to help you display what you want and hide everything you don't.