Ottomans in many Standard and Custom Sizes, by Comfy 1

We make matching ottomans in several designs, including a fully-upholstered ottoman, in several standard sizes as well as special-order sizes, in any fabric and wood color. If you look through the many pictures in our website, you'll see several pictures including ottomans of the various kinds.

Our ottomans, especially in larger sizes, are often used to serve many purposes, not only as a footrest but also as (1) a coffee table, (2) short term seating for extra people, (3) a sleeping surface when placed at the end of one of our armless or one-armed loveseats, or (4) the equivalent of a chaise longue when placed in front of a chair or sofa. This chaise-equivalent has the major advantage over a normal chaise in that you can easily move the ottoman around your space to meet the needs of the moment, to serve as an extra seat or a coffee table.

On right/above: 24" x 38" ottoman with wider tapered legs (with OQLOD -FSY 7 fabric from Williams and Sherrill).

 

 

 

 

On left: 67" Custom 05 loveseat with two 18" x 20" ottomans with narrow tapered legs.

 

It could just as well be one longer ottoman, but separate ottomans allow greater individual adjustment to personal preferences of different individuals sitting side by side. They are also a little more convenient to move around (but also more expensive than one large ottoman with the same top surface area).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Custom Ottoman 

 

 

People sometimes choose a contrasting fabric for an ottoman, as shown on the right. See how well one of our larger ottomans can serve the purpose of a coffee table or also be used for a chaise setup. The main difference between a sofa or chair with one of these and a chaise longue is the greater flexibility you get with one of these.

 

 

 

Our fully-upholstered ottomans can also be made in any fabric and in many different sizes. Prices are shown below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prices:

With the narrow tapered legs or in the fully-upholstered model, the basic prices are $360 in the 18" x 20" size (shown above), $420 for the 24" square size, $510 for the 27" square size, or $620 for 24" x 38". The surcharges for fabrics (fabrics that are above the base price) for the ottomans with exposed-wood legs are (for the above sizes) as follows, respectively: $4, $5, $6 and $7. For the fully-upholstered models, the fabric surcharges for the respective sizes are $9, $12, $15, and $17.

For ottomans with the wider tapered legs (as shown in the top picture), the pricing is $430 plus $4 per fabric "+" level for the 18" x 20" size, $495 plus $5 per "+" level for the 24" square size, $610 plus $6 per + level for the 27" square size, or $740 + $7 per "+" level for the 24" x 38" size.

The above prices assume our normal 5-6 week order completion time, but we offer a 10% discount off the base price if you're willing to wait six months, which helps us to plan our production more efficiently. We do not charge sales tax on orders shipped via common carrier to points outside Virginia.

 

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Ottoman and custom sofaTo a certain extent, one of our ottomans in front of your chair or sofa seat can even serve the purpose of a recliner if you combine it with a pillow at the rear of the seat and a headrest pillow (for details about our headrest option, click here.) There is a good reason why we don't offer normal recliners: According to our research, durability is a serious problem for recliners, even for manufacturers who make them as a specialty. You should look very carefully at the warranty that comes with any recliner you're considering. A close reading will usually reveal that, if you have structural problems, there is little chance of getting a remedy that wouldn 't cost you more than the product is worth. You'd normally have to return it to the factory or distribution center at your expense, and then the manufacturer can decide whether the problem resulted from a "defect in materials or workmanship" or from something else (such as normal wear and tear). If they decide the latter, their warranty would not apply. Also, call a trucking company and find how much it would cost you to ship it to the distant destination (many hundreds of dollars each way), after you have somehow packed it for shipping. Not to mention the likelihood of damage in shipment, which would be a matter between you and the trucking company.

So, if you're concerned about durability and long-terms costs, relaxing with one of our ottomans along with a headrest and a lower-back pillow (instead of buying a recliner) should be very appealing to you. The flexibility of also using the ottoman as an extra seat and as a coffee table would be icing on the cake.

 

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