Five ottomans to add style and comfort to your home
Whether you’re looking to prop up your tired footsies or providing landing space for a drink, rest assured that these upholstered cocktail ottomans would serve you well :
With its elegant legs, brass nail-head trim and classic white fabric, the Providence Cocktail Ottoman makes a statement in the center of the room. $1,211 at Thomasville in Deer Creek Marketplace.
Available in a wide range of colors, the Harry Large piece by Antonio Citterio can accommodate almost anything—including drinks, dishes or as extra seating. $3,700 for the 60-inch version (shown) at Museo in Midtown (special order).
This modern Winston XL square ottoman gives off a little ’70s vibe with its polished inverted L-shaped stainless-steel legs. $1,710 at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams in Town Center Crossing (special order).
ss_nov_el_arhausThis modern Winston XL square ottoman gives off a little ’70s vibe with its polished inverted L-shaped stainless-steel legs. $1,710 at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams in Town Center Crossing (special order).
Handcrafted by North Carolina upholstery artisans, the Butler tufted ottoman features sturdy maple legs, a thick, padded surface and convenient trays for serving or storing. $1,899 (sale $1,299) at Arhaus in Town Center Plaza.
Adding a dash of pattern with the Chaplin Slate fabric, Sherrill Furniture’s cocktail ottoman sits pretty in any space. $2,095 at KDR Designer Showrooms in Lenexa.