Solid colors such as the mesmerizing gray, sophisticated brown and warm auburn are compatible with many decors. A zebra print cowhide footstool or a leopard print cowhide footstool could be a unique accent piece in a modern décor. Either of these could be the favorite accent item in a teenagers room or game room. There are so many color variations and natural patterns available that youre sure to find the perfect cowhide furniture, footstools, rugs and accessories for your home.
Using ottomans in home décor is not new, and according to the Encyclopaedia* Britannica (not Wikipedia) the ottoman has been with us since the late 18th century when it was introduced to Europe from Turkey (the Ottoman Empire). Its origins are irrelevant to its current use, which is as a footstool or a seat.
Theres a good chance youll see a gorgeous cowhide rug somewhere. Theres no denying that cowhide rugs are wonderful interior design components. Theres also no denying, however, they have pretty stiff competition lately. Cowhide footstools are their competition. These footstools have totally different functions than the rugs. Theyre just as attractive and welcoming, though. They also offer just as many exciting perks to interior designers. With so many ranges and styles to choose from it is all too easy to make the wrong choice.
Most well-made ottomans are solid enough to be used as coffee tables - and not just in an emergency! Many use their ottoman as a coffee table period! Your ottoman is usually lower in height than your chair or sofa, and is perfect as a coffee table. Some ottomans have a shelf under the top that can be used to store magazines, so apart from being upholstered they are more table-like than ottoman-like!
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