516 Eclectic Footstools and Ottomans
A true double-duty furniture piece, ottomans often wear double (or triple) hats: They can be utilized as a footstool, coffee table, storage container or even additional seating. Because they are available in a variety of styles, colors and patterns, an ottoman, pouf or cube can also add a touch of eclectic character to your bedroom, living room or playroom design. As you get ready to make a purchase, be sure to learn a little more about this handy piece of furniture. More
Think inside the box for style and storage. This cool stool, crafted of recycled limed oak and rustic burlap with a studded metal frame, makes a smart, unusual addition to your favorite eclectic setting.
Small Bench belongs to Matthew Williams Collection by Uttermost Aqua Blue Finish On Solid, Plantation Grown Mango Wood With Cushioned Seat In Plush, Dark Chocolate And Milky White Velvet. Bench (1)
Eclectic style — cubed! Enhance your home with this chic yet rustic piece, crafted from large squares of black and white hide in a patchwork pattern.
Bring on the party. Now you have seating for four more people — six — if they get real cozy. Beautifully upholstered it's also a great place to rest your feet.
An inviting expression of a color with traditional meanings that range from nautical themes and the grace of coastal living, to French provincial decor and the timeless chic of a classic piece, to the delicate sky shades of feminine sun porches, the Fallon Slate Blue Pouf is a graceful inclusion in...
These gorgeous Corbin Ottomans are available in thousands of fabrics and dozens of choices in 100% leather, only at Ethan Allen.
Needlepoint footstools are no longer for Grampa and his forty cats. Combining this once fusty item with happy patterns lets them add high style to any room.
A pair of these well-priced leopard print X-base stools would look great at the end of a bed, or as additional seating in a living or family room, tucked under a library table.
I am always looking for natural textures to bring into my rooms. This ottoman has plenty of texture.
Versatile pieces like occasional stools add a layer of casualness. Whether used as extra seating, a footstool or a side table, this Bunny Williams piece can serve many purposes.
Boasting a bold tribal design and rich color palette, this Ottoman Kilim rug is a beauty to behold in any space. Made by hand from 100% wool with stunning turned legs.
Moroccan poufs are a dime a dozen these days, but this lime green one from Serena & Lily stands out from the crowd for obvious reasons. Their selection of bold colors will take any pouf from blah to brilliant.
I've been fascinated by these felted woo stones since first seeing them several years ago and was so happy to learn the story behind them - South African textile designer Ronel Jordaan set up a women's workshop in Gauteng- Johannesburg-where her personally trained artisans transform interlocking...
This charming leather hippo is a great pal to have around, whether he's hanging out in a kid's room or used as a footstool in the family room.
I love the colors and print of this well-priced ottoman. It goes along with the Matisse look of exotic, layered textiles.
The unique woven material of this brightly colored pouf (love that word!) gives it a great flash of international flair. It's definitely classic in design, but I can see it looking great in a room with earthy, organic tones and a few exotic accents.
This patriotic American flag Ottoman is a perfect item presented by our vintage accent furniture collection. It sits on wood and Kilim legs, stuffed with vibrant cushion for better comfort provided with upholster support.
This pouf is great for extra seating and as a cocktail table, and is so sweet in the gray felted wool.
These ottomans from Danish brand Hay are covered with colorful vintage saris, so each one is unique. This flexible piece could be used as a coffee table and pulled into service as extra seating when needed.
Glam is available in pouf or coffee table version. The structure is in wood, with polyurethane padding. Glam can be covered in shiny technical
These stumps may look like the real thing, but they are much more comfortable! Made from recycled materials and covered with photographic prints, these versatile poufs from Norwegian brand Krone Hanssen can be used as side tables or extra seating.
I love that this piece is hard to pin down. It's an ottoman, but could also be a table or stool; it's casual in burlap, but polished with bronze nailheads. It's a bit of everything all at once, making it hugely versatile and, in all likelihood, indispensable.
This solid wood footstool dates around 1950. It features a hand-loomed German grain sack with a lovely grazing ram.
Add a layer of organic texture and coastal style with this shapely wicker ottoman. Buy a pair to use as a coffee table, or add a round tray to make it function as a side table.
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