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Gold Ottomans and Footstools

Gold ottomans and footstools are available in a wide range of styles, shapes and fabrics to suit a range of interior designs. They also have a range of uses within the home from providing extra storage space to extra seating.

Features of ottomans and footstools

Some ottomans and footstools come with removable covers that can be washed, which is especially important considering these furniture items are designed for resting your feet on. This makes keeping cleaning and maintaining them a lot easier. It also means that brighter colours can be kept from going dull too easily.

They are especially useful placed at the end of a bed for extra storage or can be used in a hallway as a substitute for a bench.

Ottomans and footstools come in a range of attractive designs. Some footstools incorporate studs into the fabric, adding more character and flair. Footstools range from the traditional rectangular and square designs to round and oval shapes. Additionally, they can also be found with a variety of premium upholstering to suit your tastes, which include leather and velvet footstools .

Ottomans and footstools can offer additional seating space. These extra large footstools have an extended size, which is ideal for parties and guests. When they are not being used in this way it makes a great centrepiece.

Many ottomans and footstools also come with wheels. This practical feature means that they can be easily moved to create more space if you have guests or pushed to the side when doing housework.

Types of footstool

Some ottomans and footstools come with a storage compartment. These footstools have hinges for lifting up the seat and revealing space beneath to store items, keeping them tidied away and easily accessible.

Others types of footstools are specifically designed as storage boxes or toy boxes . These are both practical and attractive items as their elegant designs mean that they needn't be hidden out of sight.

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