Clean ottoman. If ottoman has a wooden tray or trim, polish wood if you don’t want to paint it. Effective painting is inhibited by the oil in furniture polish. Soap and water update leather ottomans. Gently grind the surface and clean the dust with a lint-free cloth. Apply a new finish. Trim or A wooden tray looks completely different with a layer of any scarf that is Tuscan or scrub. Stick with a natural wood finish for a modern aesthetic that is midcentury.
While accessorizing the Ottomans, remember to prioritize furniture functionality so that adornments do not hinder comfort, portability, and aesthetic value.
Consider different coatings for ottoman. If the ottoman has a removable top, you can attach upholstery quality fabric to the top pillow. Cut fabric to cover that part of the top of the Ottoman. Cut off excess fabric. Update a one-piece ottoman with simple cloth or elaborate silk brocade. Accessorize many sections of your ottoman with textiles. Some ottomans have a storage compartment under the cushion, while others have a removable tray at the top. Update an ottoman’s small storage or display area with a pillow in a bold graphic. For a bohemian atmosphere, throw a beaded sari or an textile over the top of the Ottoman.