Tuesday, January 21, 2014

New Changes in Our Family Room {or Basement??}

You may have seen some of my previous posts about renovating and adding livable square footage to our basement. We are making it an additional space to relax, play and spend family time. On Instagram, I mentioned an ottoman that I loved from Target. I knew it would be a great piece to use as a coffee table and rest our feet in the basement. Mike, my husband, checks in on my blog and instagram for gift ideas {what a guy} and surprised me with that ottoman for Christmas!! I love it so much and it is so versatile, that I haven't even put it in the basement yet! I have been enjoying it on our first floor family room and also wanted to keep it out when I do some entertaining next month. Eventually, it will make its way in the basement, which will be a much needed accessory down there, too.




{love the casters!!} 


Ottomans this size can work in almost any space! They are great for the foot of the bed, coffee table {with tray}, in front of the fireplace, etc. The possibilities are endless! I am sure this furniture piece will have a home all over the house, throughout the years.

How about you... do you have a furniture piece in your home that would work anywhere??

4 comments:

Abel Holmes said...

I never imagined having a lovely living room at the basement, Amber! I bet you've had difficulties in making this possible. Di you hire a contractor for the renovations? They should be given a pat on their backs for a job well done. How are you doing now? :)

Abel Holmes @ DemandRestoration

Sandra said...

I love it, Amber! I recently just bought an ottoman similar to yours to put at the foot of the bed. It comes in very handy...I now have a place to put my blankets and nice decorative pillows at night! ;)

emily said...

That ottoman is great! The color is just perfect and I love those little casters! Totally makes it!

Andrea Mowery said...

I love this ottoman! Your basement living area is lovely. Ours is still a mish-mash of several pieces of hand-me-down and cheap furniture. Can't wait for a redo. :)

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