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Industrial-Inspired DIY Burlap Coffee Bag Ottoman

Can an ottoman be industrial? Sure! Just make it from burlap coffee bags like in this tutorial from apieceofrainbow.com! You’ll need one standard 28″ x 40″ burlap coffee bean bag, a large-eye yarn needle, and multicolored yarn, scissors, and some kind of tape measure. Remove the stitches from the bottom and the side of... More

Colorful DIY Tassel Pouf From Old Fabric Straps

Don’t you think that an extra seating is always welcome? Poufs and floor cushions are the best ones as they don’t take room and you can also use them as footrest. To make this one, take some fabric and cut 8 rectangles of 6′ x 17′. Sew all the long sides together, and make a cylinder. Cut two circles of... More

15 Awesome Leather Crafts For Home Décor

Leather – natural or faux – is a cool material for many crafts, rather easy to handle with and dye it. We’ve gathered several tutorials to use leather for your home décor. You’ll be surprised how many ways to use leather exist! Coasters and leather strap wrapped vases and planters – it’s the easiest craft you can... More

DIY Custom Storage Ottoman

An ottoman is a great piece for storage and décor and it doesn’t take much space. For this storage ottoman the supplies are a cheap, foldable storage ottoman, fabric, a staple gun, a nail gun or drill and some screws, a hot glue gun, a fabric-covered button making kit, a sewing machine. Pry off the black part and cover it... More

10 Pretty DIY Outdoor Furniture Pieces To Enliven Your Patio

If you like to spend time outdoors, in your patio and garden, make some cool furniture for outdoors to make your time there more pleasant. A table and a chair are necessary for each patio to enjoy some meal, why not make a pair of a boxspring? An ottoman or a paper would be a great company for some hammock or a daybed – and... More

24 Comfortable DIY Poufs And Ottomans

You may easily make a pouf or an ottoman that will accent your interior and it’s a very functional piece as you may sit on it, put your feet, it may serve as a chair for your kid or a bed for your pet.  Choose colors that combine well and the design you want – a Moroccan pouf, a zebra pouf for your kid, or an ottoman of a... More

DIY Moroccan-Inspired Pouf

This isn’t the most easy DIY project ever. It consists of a lot of sewing but the result could be very good-looking. Besides you can get a charming and practical Moroccan-inspired item for your interior for less than $50. On BHG you can find easy-to-follow instructions for making such stylish seat of linen burlap and... More

DIY Fur Ottoman

If you have an ottoman with upholstery you hate you can make it much more enjoyable. Everybody love fur rugs and armchairs so why not to make a fur ottoman. It definitely will looks gorgeous and luxurious. For the project you’ll need an ottoman, about half a yard of fur, a glue gun, and scissors. Check out Nesting Place... More

How To Decorate Simple Storage Ottoman

A lot of us have old ottomans with storage at our homes. These ottomans usually have hidden storage compartment so they are very practical. The worst thing about them is that these ottomans usually aren’t very cute. Cathie and Steve have showed how to decorate such ottoman using Simply Screen products. The basic idea is... More

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