Not sure why, but casual ottomans, especially leather ottomans, seem to be a favorite topic of decorating conversations right now. Maybe we're just ready to take the time to put our feet up and relax. If that's the case, we'll all be looking for an ottoman that fits into our interior style. What might we expect to find?
Budget - No problem, great choices in all price ranges
Style – No limitations here, from traditional to modern lots of choices are available
Size - No matter the space, size is no obstacle
Shape - No lack of choices, square, round, oblong or even triangular
Color – No need to suppress your need for color
The Room & Board Jackson Ottoman in Bison White is a good example of a leather ottoman that can merge well with existing furniture. It's sleek, modern and versatile. Jackson Ottoman's design will enhance your existing furniture. Made in Texas, of top-grain, dyed leather, it's definitely worth considering.
Room & Board Jackson Ottoman in Bison White
This week Susi brings us a high/low comparison of "button tufted brown leather ottomans(say that three times fast). As with her other high/low items, you will see price doesn't always mean poor design or low quality; in fact, there are always some great values to be found in the lower price points.
Distinction Leather Tufted Cocktail Ottoman at $1000
Cocktail Ottoman in Brown at $300
Nox Square Dark Brown Ottoman at Under $70