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How to Make a Leather Pouf Ottoman

Leather pouf ottoman – An ottoman is useful in most of the rooms as a place to put your feet, set of books down, or provide extra seating. Leather is a durable material that can be easily cleaned, making leather ottoman maintenance. To make sure you get a leather pouf ottoman that is exactly what you need to build one to your specific dimensions. Doing the project yourself you can learn the color and texture you want to pick.

Amazing Leather Pouf Ottoman

Amazing Leather Pouf Ottoman

Build the Frame for leather pouf ottoman,  Cut two pieces of MDF, each 12 centimeters long and 24 centimeters wide, using your circular saw. These are the front and rear of the Ottoman frame. Cut two pieces of MDF with your saw, each 12 centimeters long and 18 centimeters wide. These are the sides for your ottoman. Measure and cut two 18-inch-long pieces of your 2-by-4-inch lumber. Apply wood glue to the back of a two-by-four. Attach the front and rear puff pieces in the same way. Create a top for your pouf by cutting a piece of MDF 18 centimeters long and 24 centimeters wide; it should be as large as the dimensions of your pouf frame, so it can sit right on top.

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Leather pouf ottoman, Cover the frame, Measure a piece of foam the size of your pouf top, plus 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch on all sides; the foam can be as thick as you want. Place a layer of cotton fabric over the foam so your pouf feels a little softer. Measure your pouf from the bottom of the frame, over the top and downwards on the other side. Cut one piece of leather, so that it matches your dimensions. Fold your fabric together to create a cube and sew the seams together. Slide your learning on your pouf frame.

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