A large brown leather storage ottoman can serve multiple purposes. Besides providing additional storage, it can act as a footrest or more seats. A custom storage ottoman is a relatively simple process, even if you have advanced carpentry skills or expensive tools. Using basic household supplies food and craft shops, you can do an ottoman that is functional and decorative. Sketch out of the rectangular base of the box to form the basis of the brown leather storage ottoman, making a note of the dimensions, the upper and lower parts should be slightly larger than the rectangle formed by the sides. Cutting boards or plywood to the table: two identical pieces for the top and bottom, two long sides and two pieces for the shorter sides. Choose dimensions to suit your room. A 3 feet by 2 feet Ottoman provide space for a variety of items. More home building supplies cut wood for you.
Treat brown leather storage ottoman sides to create the desired end. For a clean look, leave the flat sides. If you want an upholstered finish, wrap the fabric around the side panels and use a staple gun to secure it in place. Create the look of wood carving sticking faux molding strips around the perimeter of each side. Use a drill and hammer and nails or screws to attach the side parts of the base of the brown leather storage ottoman. Center of the lower frame and use screws or nails to fix it. Leave the top of the open box. Furniture glue felt to the bottom corners of the base or put small wheels to allow the Ottoman slides easily.
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Sand down any rough edges on the base part and the top of the ottoman, focusing on the edges and bottom of the cover to prevent splinters. Use a coarse grit sandpaper or a sanding hand. Paint two pieces and let dry completely. Cut a rectangular piece of foam padding in the form of the brown leather storage ottoman top and glue in place. Cut a large rectangle of decorative upholstery fabric 6 is wider than the top of each side inch. Choose a fabric that heavy use: corduroy, denim, leather and brocade, for example. Put face down on the floor and center of the lid, fill down on the fabric. Wrap one side of the fabric around the filling and staples to the back of the lid. Pull firmly on the opposite side and staple in place. Wrap the two ends around the top and use the stapler to attach to the fabric. Use a drill to place two hinges inside an edge of the box. Set opposite edges of the hinge to the lid so it can be lifted easily opened.