DIY: No Sew Skirted Ottoman

  1. Ashley says:

    Wow! Who would have thought the ’80’s could look so good?

  2. Katie says:

    Ah-ha! Perfect! This is literally the exact project I was just contemplating getting in to with my husbands hideous college coffee table that has somehow survived in our basement. Thanks!

  3. Beautiful! I recently did a similar DIY using Target x-benches.

    I love how you did a contrasting fabric on the ends- its a great detail!

    Xoxo, Emily

  4. Love love love your use of colors. And thanks for the great tutorial – I need a skirted round ottoman, and now I know it can be done!

  5. Tippi says:

    I love your project! I have a bench a might try. Very inspiring! I really love the entire bedroom- fabulous!

  6. Great project! Thanks for sharing. I love the contrast fabric – awesome touch.

  7. Cyndi says:

    Clever corners!

  8. Raiana says:

    So nice!! And impressive. Women with babies who tackle and finish DIY’s make me want to punch myself….while I stare at my kitchen unfinished that I started months ago. Makes me excuses so invalid hhaha

  9. katy says:

    Can you tell me how much fabric you needed to do this? And how much fabric you needed to do your skirted console table? Your site is great – I know this post is several years old, so not sure you’ll get this but had to try. Thanks so much!

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