Coffee table with ottomans – When decorating living room, one of most used ways to “close” living area is to use a double puffer or double ottoman at one end or to complete decor as a coffee table. Ottoman concept comes especially from Arabic or Turkish style. Nevertheless, perhaps due to its use in English, to this day it has been generalized to all type of puffs or footrests. On other hand, using a repeated element is one of most classic resources in interior design. We have already seen in moment how symmetry is one of most characteristic principles of interior decoration, used especially in classic style.
Pair of objects (two lamps on a sideboard, two armchairs perfectly placed next to fireplace or two paintings hanging on wall), usually convey a sense of order, cleanliness and sobriety to set where they are placed. Although a double coffee table with ottomans can be placed in any area (under sideboard of entrance, at foot of bed or in a waiting room, in this article we will focus on its use in living room). usual thing in most common of halls is to have a TV cabinet in one of walls, a three-seater sofa directly opposite and either a two-seater sofa or a chaise longue or two armchairs at right angles to sofa , to allow a comfortable conversation between several.
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Well, remaining space can be “stuffed” with a double ottoman to visually frame that area. If we add a large carpet that holds all seats (sofas, armchairs and poufs) effect will be perfect. At other times, when TV is not most important element but priority is given to conversation, we can find two sofas of identical size facing each other, with a coffee table with ottomans in middle and perhaps a fireplace column to one of sides. In these cases, we can also close open side with two puff and we will never make a mistake.