Another salvaged footstool is finished. Check it out.
The fabric was 50 cents a yard a couple of years ago at Hancock’s. I bought the last of the bolt and ended up with about three yards. I still have a couple of yards left.
I hadn’t used the fabric yet because I couldn’t decide which side I wanted to show, and the ottoman gave me a place to show off both sides.
Here’s the before picture. I can see why someone would throw it away. It’s not quite as old as the first ottoman I recycled. It’s got great bones, as they say. Very sturdy. I think it’s from the 70s maybe?
No wheels on this one. Just nice square wood mid-century looking legs.
I got better with the “seam” on this one, so no need to hide it. It’s also firm enough to do double duty as a coffee table. Just place a large serving tray on top and you’re good to go with a few snacks.
What do you guys think?
Is this something you’d prop your feet on?