Sam and Phil have expensive taste. Their dream ottoman in solid oak and wool would set them back £875. So, they decided to make their own, using equally top quality materials.
The result: their beautiful ottoman totaled £157. Frankly, I think it looks nicer than the inspiration ottomans from Anta below. What do you think??!! Which of the two ottomans is best?
Anta ottoman in wool and oak
Sam and Phil are sharing their creative story and showing you how you can make your own ottoman, just like this, step-by-step.
photo credit | tutorial : Cook, Quilt, Make, and Bake – blog
Other Ottomans Featured
I like ottomans.
- Reason #1: because I like getting my feet up.
- Reason #2: because they are often cute and add a lovely design element to a room.
- Reason #3: because they often offer storage. (Yes, I like indoor benches for this reason too!)
Here are 4 totally different styles of ottomans to consider… Click an image to go to the article about that furniture piece.