514 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
Oh this upholstered ottoman is the yummiest thing I've seen in awhile. It's perfect for a chic coastal home, cottage, or even the most sophisticated of living rooms.
Gerber Square Ottoman, Surf
Truly fit for a king and you can just visualize a king's feet on this tuffet. Colorful, whimsical and welcoming, put your feet up and call for the jester. You have one, don't you?
Add dramatic flair to your room with this petite but potent tuffet. With a sturdy wooden frame and plush seat cushion, it’s great as a guest room seat — if you don’t find yourself sitting on it all the time! The midnight black base fabric and patterned chartreuse cushion are visually striking while...
A military-chic olive color patterned with the Bohemian softness of serpentine parchment-hued trails gives an earthy, grounded effect to an overstuffed soft furnishing perfect for floor seating and for sofa napping. The Fallon Pouf in Khaki Green is that just-right touch of casualness to make a...
These handmade meditation cushions or 'zafus' are carefully made by artisans in India and include a handle for easy carrying to and from your favorite meditation spot. 18" diameter, 5" thick.
Whimsical and trés, trés French. You'll want to minuet with the best and then rest your tootsies on this gorgeous, comfy ottoman. Costumes not included.
Inspired by architectural carvings from India, this traditional hand-carved ottoman has elaborate carvings and details. The custom cushion is upholstered in a wonderful vintage Suzani fabric and sits directly upon the wood platform. Sure to add a unique ethnic appeal to your décor.
Dutch designer Ingrid Jansen makes these beautiful stools from reclaimed wood and hand-crocheted covers. Each is one of a kind, so check the shop for specific pieces that are available now. This little piece is so versatile: use it as extra seating, as a footrest, or as a table for stacking books...
A centuries-old favorite, the rich blue hue and exquisite embroidery of this ottoman is a definite eye-catcher. Embodying the craft of traditional dhurrie rugs, this piece is carefully crafted by hand—woven and finished with brass tacks by skilled artisans. This Old World charmer works equally as...
This pouf reminds me of the popular Moroccan shag rugs, but on a smaller scale. I love the black and white color palette too.
These happy ottomans add a bit pop of color in a graphic quatrefoil print. Save money on pair and use them as coffee tables, or keep them as fun seats in a child's bedroom or playroom.
Camel saddle ottoman made of wood and a hand stamped leather cushion. Measures 23" long x 16" high x 16" wide.
Intricate, artisanal and one-of-a-kind. This turned-leg ottoman is upholstered in a hand-embroidered vintage saree tapestry from India. It's a highly detailed statement piece that's in good vintage condition.
Spindle is an antique footstool upholstered with a plush, recycled, vintage fur coat. Photo by WIld Chairy
This long pouf is large enough for you to lay down on — almost like taking a rest on a gigantic cable knit sweater. Sounds just perfect for cold weather days, if you ask me.
This is a stunning real zebra skin ottoman. I especially like the way the hide has been upholstered. I think an oversize ottoman is one of the best pieces of occasional furniture ever invented, and the zebra hide turns it into a double treat for me.
These stumps were gathered in a German forest, then painted white to make them a bit more living-room friendly. Obviously, each one is unique. It's not-so-rustic rustic chic...or something like that!
Jet-black coated aluminum strips weave in complicated patterns in the base of this edgy, attention-grabbing stool. It's strong enough for sitting, but can double as a side table in a tight corner.
Laced Up Stool in Black
Solid, hand carved pine and hardwood with an ash gray wash and woven polyester covering in steel gray and tan with nail accents.
Winter is the season to put your feet up, in perfect after-ski fashion. Maybe it's my idealized vision of great Colorado lodges, but this Navajo-inspired ottoman looks like it would be perfect for the job.
Ankara Legged Ottoman
This low footstool makes the perfect dog bed! Tufted in a nice subtle fabric with black accents. Legs are painted white and have a distressed finish. This piece is stained and could use new upholstery. Ready for rehab!
Handcrafted in Marrakch, this Moroccan ottoman pouf is a simple but oh so luxurious home accessory. Individual pieces of leather are dyed, then stitched together and embroidered by hand.
Infused with the style of a spice-market bazaar, this handmade genuine leather tuft, accented with tonal stitching, works as an ottoman or casual accent table in any room. Due to the hand-dyed, hand-stitched nature of this item, coloration and embroidery will vary.
This one-of-a-kind pouf made from vintage Vietnamese textiles is a charming piece to add warmth to your home.
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