Ottoman | Designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Ligne Roset, 2010  It was while working on a concept for a hotel in Marrakech that the designer had the idea for this model, inspired by the traditional Moroccan footstool. The hotel was not completed, but we were captivated by the oriental charm of this piece, filled with ''zenitude'', comfort and wellbeing. Lawrance, through his work with quilting and color, brought the creative ‘added value' which has rooted this model in modernity.

Ottoman Designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for Ligne Roset, 2010 It was while working on a concept for a hotel in Marrakech that the designer had the idea for this model, inspired by the traditional Moroccan footstool.

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Agnieszka Kowal has designed 'Dango', a modern plywood armchair that has cushions that can be removed and used as poufs.

The Dango Armchair Has Cushions That Can Be Removed And Used As Poufs

This style is as trendy as ever, associating comfort with timeless style. We are in love with these inspired armchairs!

Arredo Knit: designer pionieri del cambiamento

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Outdoor pouf - extra seating and splash of color. Paola Lenti - Tide Pouf with cover in Rope cord.

Comfortable foot-rest on pipe frame desk.  Custom pipe-frame tables and desks at www.wesleyellen.ca

Comfortable foot-rest on pipe frame desk. Custom pipe-frame tables and desks at…

Ottomans - Betterimprovement.com - Part 13

The bold colors featured on the Red Peacock Rectangle Ottoman are sure to brighten up any room. The handcrafted, polyester/silk/cotton ottoman features a

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Check out this easy idea on how tom make your own #DIY storage ottoman from scratch for #livingroom #homedecor on a #budget @istandarddesign

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Attach your favorite fabric pieces to quilting hoops, frames or mats and hang on your wall. Then make a footstool slipcover in matching fabric to bring it all together. I love this simple decorating idea.

Last weekend I sold a bunch of stuff at my aunts garage sale and then, pretty much spent all my earnings on this new (well, new to us anywa.

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