Comments (159)
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
Megan Osberger

Thanks for this post. I hadn't ever used a drill or a staple gun before, and I couldn't be happier with the final product (or that it wasn't $800 like all of the other large ottomans I'm obsessed with)!


10 Likes    
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Upholstery Club's Shelly Leer

You all are very resourceful and skilled. I'm really impressed with the ottomans you've created.

   
Thank you for reporting this comment. Undo
PRO
Designe Gallerie

Ottomans are a great idea for apartments and open floor plan homes that share seating with more than one area.

   

Related Stories

Upholstery Make a Gorgeous (Cheap!) Pillow Using Vintage Clothes
With secondhand fabric and a steady hand on the sewing machine, your pillow choices are endless
Full Story
Decorating Projects DIY: Make a Designer-Look Pillow Sham
Give a sofa or bed a high-end touch in about an hour with low-cost materials — if you don't tell, they'll never know
Full Story
Decorating Projects Make Your Own Rustic-Chic Headboard From Salvaged Doors
Turn old doors into a charming headboard with these step-by-step instructions from an expert woodworker
Full Story
Decorating Guides Make a Designer-Look Pillow Sham for $15
Give a sofa or chair a high-end touch with a low-cost sham made to your exact taste
Full Story
Decorating Projects Revive Your Space With a Homemade Pillow Cover
Give your bed or sofa a new look with a little fabric and some simple sewing skills
Full Story
Shop Houzz January’s Bestselling Vanities With Free Shipping
By Houzz
Shop the month’s most popular picks for a fresh bathroom design
See Products
Furniture DIY Project: Sit Pretty with Mismatched Chairs
Create a one-of-a-kind dining set from a collection of cast-offs
Full Story
Woodworking Pocket Hole Joinery, the Beginning Woodworker's Best Friend
Make a wide range of sturdy wooden pieces with just this little bit of know-how
Full Story
Decorating Projects Turn a Wooden Pallet Into Unique Photo Frames
Free wood? We're so in. Salvage a pallet or other cast-off wood to make delightfully distressed frames that fit almost any decor
Full Story