People Are Buying This “Beautiful” Target Ottoman in Every Color

updated Mar 9, 2024
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Ottomans and poufs may be small, but they’re pretty mighty. Dare we say they’re the most versatile piece of decor you can own? These fun accent pieces are quite multi-functional and can even double as an extra seat, side table, footrest, and even storage for a small space.

Also, the range of styles can’t be beat. You can try a rectangular ottoman as a coffee table dupe, a circular one that doubles as seating at a vanity table, and some ottomans even have internal storage for linens or small items. Here are 10 do-it-all ottomans and poufs to add to your space.

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Walmart
$94.00

Faux sherpa has such a warm and cozy vibe, and this Better Homes & Gardens round ottoman would be the perfect decor companion for your favorite chair. Or, it could work as a side table for a small living room space.

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Amazon
$43.99
was $52.00

It's hard to pinpoint just one thing we love about this affordable footstool. It's not just the pumpkin hue or pleats of velvet, but also the functionality. Use this Amazon footrest to prop your feet up, as additional seating, or store small items inside.

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Nathan James
$309.99

The structural design of this linen ottoman from editor-favorite Nathan James works well with the wood frame. It holds up to 300 pounds, making it a perfect seat or table for items like a decorative tray or your current reading material. Also, it opens up to reveal a storage space for things you want to keep nearby, but just out of plain sight.

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Target
$90.00

The tufted design of this ottoman reminds us why Target's Threshold line is a decor and budget favorite. It's available in three colors, with each one featuring three tiers of plush velvet, a sturdy wood base, and an under-$100 price tag. Use it in your living room, office, or pretty much any space that can benefit from an extra seat.

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Article
$549.00

An ottoman can certainly be a replacement for a coffee table and this Article ottoman is the perfect example. It's generously sized at 40 inches wide and is the suitable space for a decorative tray, a few books, and additional seating — all at the same time!

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Amazon
$69.95

The cube design of this corduroy ottoman measures just 14 inches, but it's still pretty versatile. The cross weave design adds a lot of dimension to a space and the interior is constructed of a sturdy wood frame that holds up to 300 pounds.

7 / 10
Burrow
$499.00

Not only can you choose the fabric color (from ivory to navy blue) of Burrow's Union ottoman, you can also select between oak or walnut for the leg finish. Editorial shopping director Jada Wong has one in ivory with walnut legs. The polyester chenille material is stain resistant so it works well in an area where you might experience spills or high traffic.

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Albany Park
$349.00
was $399.00

A bold print may be just what your otherwise neutral space needs for some decor frisson. For a major statement, the West African print on this ottoman can work in a range of spaces and existing styles. The colorful print is available with gold or walnut stainless steel legs, which help to balance out the bold pattern.

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Target
$100.00

A classic cube ottoman, especially one with timeless stripes, would work well basically anywhere. Group a few of them together to create a makeshift coffee table or even store them under a table and pull out as additional seating when needed.

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West Elm
$600.00

You could travel halfway around the world ... or you could order this West Elm Moroccan pouf from the comfort of your home. The investment piece is actually made in Morocco (and costs less than a trip there) and comes in a few colorways to complement your style. Each one features a soft cushion-y interior, plus visible and decorative stitching that is so pretty, you'll never want to store the ottoman away.

A version of this story was first published on July 17, 2020 by Katie Holdefehr.