Ottomans are awesome, versatile accent furniture pieces that you can use as cushy foot rests, tables, seating and storage, wherever you need them!
To create a coastal ottoman, take Nautical and Coastal Fabric and re-upholster or slipcover an old existing ottoman, or soften a table, bench, or trunk. Other ideas: Adding a nailhead wave pattern or wrapping an old tire in rope for a rustic nautical look! I also found a few awesome coastal ottomans online to shop!
Ottoman. Nailheads are a timeless classic design, traditionally used on the arms and edges of furniture. This white nail head wave ottoman table by Nancy Boughton Design is a custom piece, made from marine vinyl. Draw the wave on paper, make the dots for the nailheads, then punch little holes through the dots. The dots will tell you how many nailheads you will need to make your wave pattern. Tape the pattern tightly around your ottoman, and let the hammering begin!
Designer Caitlin Wilson. You can find an example of a large striped slipcovered ottoman table on Find your Coffee Table Style.
Boston Design Guide.
By the Seashore Decor. Image via their Facebook Page.
Coastal Bench Ottoman.
Coastal Fabric or Coastal Throw over it. Via BHG.
Rope tire ottoman. Tutorial for the wrap (without feet) here. Image via This Old House. Shop the Look with this Rattan Ottoman from Wayfair's Coastal Ottoman & Pouf Collection.
La-Z-Boy’s Ottomans can be ordered with coastal beach attitude. Their novelty line of fabrics includes three choices!
Round and Square sea life ottoman from Target's Collection. These coastal ottomans are on the smaller side, each available in two sizes, measuring between 15 and 17 inches in height.
Coastal Ottoman Poufs at Caron's Beach House. These are the little cousins of the ottoman! They measure between 13 and 14 inches in height.
Bring the sea to your home with a cushy, sassy coastal ottoman!
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