Innovation Burlap Ottoman 2015
The Ottoman Victorian era was often a large piece of furniture and a sofa was called Turkey, after its country of origin. The Ottomans also was called a puff, puff and buffet. Whatever the name, it is a padded ottoman, upholstered seat without a back or arms. The smallest burlap ottoman was intended for use as a seat or footrest. Ottoman today could be round or square, large or small, hides a bed or storage space or used as a seat or footrest. Simple PUF is easy to imagine how a repurposed and ideal for a conversion project object.
Convert the burlap ottoman storage in a bucket by removing the cover, place hinges at the top so it serves as a cover and reupholstering of Ottoman. Set the wheels for handy storage cube is easy to move. Use an burlap ottoman as a seat for a child to play or convert it into a box lined toy for older children. Cover the Ottoman fabric favorite character of his son, adding the inner wheels or legs and line with paper or adhesive vinyl. Create a hidden snack tray with removable upper part of the Ottoman. The removable cap must not have hinges and side tray top should have raised edges. Paint the inside of the tray with bright acrylic paint. In addition, you can save the space for books or magazines Ottoman used.
Turn the removable cover burlap ottoman in a game board and games store at the bottom of the Ottoman. When rotated, the flat bottom and rimless top of the ottoman be painted with black and white squares to play chess and checkers. Design a planter remove the padding and fabric ottoman, removing the top, and apply a decorative cover for all four sides. Wood panels, glass tiles or natural material like bamboo make a beautiful accent piece indoor or outdoor. Place a small round glass on the ottoman and use it as an end table or accent. Place the burlap ottoman long legs to raise the height.