Cocktail Ottomans

Five ottomans to add style and comfort to your home

Five ottomans to add style and comfort to your home

Whether you’re looking to prop up your tired footsies or providing landing space for a drink, rest assured that these upholstered cocktail ottomans would serve you well :

With its elegant legs, brass nail-head trim and classic white fabric, the Providence Cocktail Ottoman makes a statement in the center of the room. $1,211 at Thomasville in Deer Creek Marketplace.
With its elegant legs, brass nail-head trim and classic white fabric, the Providence Cocktail Ottoman makes a statement in the center of the room. $1,211 at Thomasville in Deer Creek Marketplace.

 

Available in a wide range of colors, the Harry Large piece by Antonio Citterio can accommodate almost anything—including drinks, dishes or as extra seating. $3,700 for the 60-inch version (shown) at Museo in Midtown (special order).
Available in a wide range of colors, the Harry Large piece by Antonio Citterio can accommodate almost anything—including drinks, dishes or as extra seating. $3,700 for the 60-inch version (shown) at Museo in Midtown (special order).

 

This modern Winston XL square ottoman gives off a little ’70s vibe with its polished inverted L-shaped stainless-steel legs. $1,710 at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams in Town Center Crossing (special order).
This modern Winston XL square ottoman gives off a little ’70s vibe with its polished inverted L-shaped stainless-steel legs. $1,710 at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams in Town Center Crossing (special order).

 

Handcrafted by North Carolina upholstery artisans, the Butler tufted ottoman features sturdy maple legs, a thick, padded surface and convenient trays for serving or storing. $1,899 (sale $1,299) at Arhaus in Town Center Plaza.
Handcrafted by North Carolina upholstery artisans, the Butler tufted ottoman features sturdy maple legs, a thick, padded surface and convenient trays for serving or storing. $1,899 (sale $1,299) at Arhaus in Town Center Plaza.

 

Adding a dash of pattern with the Chaplin Slate fabric, Sherrill Furniture’s cocktail ottoman sits pretty in any space. $2,095 at KDR Designer Showrooms in Lenexa.
Adding a dash of pattern with the Chaplin Slate fabric, Sherrill Furniture’s cocktail ottoman sits pretty in any space. $2,095 at KDR Designer Showrooms in Lenexa.

 

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