A FEW GOOD (OTTO)MEN

posted by on 2012.10.04, under Shopping Guide
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A good ottoman is so much more than a footrest—they double as extra seating or makeshift coffee tables, and their low height makes them ideal accent pieces to your other furniture. One could easily drop several hundred (or more) on ottoman, but that doesn’t mean you need to. Here are our favorites for $200 and below.

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If Indiana Jones were in the market for a compact ottoman, I imagine it would look something like this woven leather number from Wisteria. $169.

Woven Leather Folding Stool

Woven Leather Folding Stool

 

This retro-modern ottoman is the perfect perch for trays, throws or even—dash it—feet! Urban Outfitters. $179.

Modern Ottoman

Modern Ottoman

 

Nothing says “I don’t give a damn—except I do!” like things made of re-purposed grain sacks. This square burlap ottoman from The Inglenook Décor achieves shabby chic like nobody’s business. $115.

  Square Vintage Sack Ottoman

Square Vintage Sack Ottoman

 

Just shy of 3 feet wide, Ikea’s Karlstadt Ottoman is extra roomy, and its removable cover makes it easy to wash when soiled. $149.

 KARLSTAD Footstool, Isunda gray

KARLSTAD Footstool

 

Straight from grandma’s boudoir to your living room, the Curves Tufted Ottoman from Target keeps it ladylike. On sale for $76.49.

Curves Tufted Round Ottoman - Spring Green

Curves Tufted Round Ottoman

 

It’s hip to be square, when you’re a Blu Dot ottoman made of felted wool with flanged seams. Pair a few side-by-side for a more substantial look. $159.

 Otto Ottoman

Otto Ottoman

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