Storage ottomans are extremely convenient because they are built to maximize storage options in your living room. Many of our customers use them to organize their magazines and remote controls. And beyond their storage capabilities, these units are first and foremost built for living room comfort. They are often paired with sofas and gliders.
Bench ottomans usually have much longer lengths than a traditional ottoman. These units are intended to be sat on, while most traditional ottomans are typically used as a foot stool. Use these units if you would like to add more flexibility to your living room.
Cube ottomans, as you might suspect, are cube-shaped footrests. These tend to be versatile home accents that work well in most rooms.
Glider ottomans are built to sway along with a glider chair, allowing you to kick your feet up, yet never stop rockin'.
Cocktail ottomans are intended to double as functional cocktail or coffee tables.
Puff ottomans lack a sturdy internal frame, however they have extra padding added to them to give the unit a soft plush feel. These ottomans are typically used in a less formal setting or room and often times our customers use them in a children's room.
Sleeper ottomans are similar to a sleeper sofa in that they house a pullout mattress within the frame. These are perfect if you have guests and need a less intrusive sleeping surface. Since the mattress folds into the frame, they typically look identical to a traditional ottoman.
Stool ottomans are meant to be used as a common foot stool. What differentiates them form a more traditional foot stool is the style they bring. Because of this utility these units have stronger construction and are mean to last.