Published at Friday, 23 August 2019. Ottoman & Storage Ottoman. By Magnilda Scholz.
The most recent design of ottomans asks an important question, why settle for a couch OR a footstool when you can have both? When I was looking for a way to store multiple guest beds in my house without taking up undue space, I was shocked when I stumbled onto ottoman that could be converted into couches that were serviceable as guest beds.
Throughout the history of this household item, it would take on many different forms, and wind up significantly changed from its initial design which would often dominate three-quarters of the walls in a room. Today ottomans are usually found in the form of footstools and, less frequently, large benches that can double as armless, backless couches.
The ottoman couch has a history as long as the empire after which it was named, but it has yet to stop seeing new innovations occur. While initially, ottoman couches would practically encircle a room, they are now reduced to furniture often found in the corners of rooms, used as footstools, or less commonly couches.
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