Roundup: Double Use Ottomans

Roundup: Double Use Ottomans

Gregory Han
Jul 28, 2008

BoConcept sent us an update of one our favourite small space sleepover solutions: the ottoman sleeper. It's Transformers style conversion is perfect for the the occasional drop-in guest and apparently is reputed to be great for specific activities according to certain readers. Here are a few other ottoman favourites from AT and beyond...

We're liking the updated diamond pattern of these BoConcept ottomans, but it looks like the price went upward since we last reported about these transforming sleepers.

What a bummer, the Ellis Storage Cube is no longer available. The Crate and Barrel version isn't as simple modern, with a stockier shape, but there is a similar version from Target for $99.

Bamboo Ottoman from Vivavi are made from rapidly-renewable natural resources and skip the traditional forms of a typical ottoman. Too bad the cost is mostly prohibitive because it's sure cute.

The Talt Low Ottoman is meant for outdoors, but in the right room, it wouldn't look out of place inside.

Available in medium or small versions, the West Elm storage cube has a eco-chic appeal with its woven Jute upholstery. The medium version comes with a hinged top while the smaller cube's top opens to reveal a 20" square storage unit inside.

Instructions of how to make your own ottoman.

The double sized bed convertible ottoman, for a more spacious option for guests.

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