Ottomans & Benches


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The word ottoman historically derives from the Turkish Ottoman Empire style of seating. Ottomans are known by many names including footrest, hassock, stool, cushioned foot stool, tuffet, tuft, pour and bourne. Ottomans can be created with or without storage, can stand on legs or be completely upholstered. They can be made to be used as a foot rest, a coffee table alternative or as additional seating.

Benches were developed for “common” seating at a time when chairs were reserved for the most important people – hence the term “Chairman”. Benches began to allow seating for several with least impact on traffic flow to the space. In this they are still the perfect solution. Benches can be attached to walls or freestanding, with or without storage, upholstered or wood with seat cushions. They can stand on legs or sit directly on the floor.

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