This essay focuses on the ottoman empire.As time went on, ottomans evolve to become smaller and freestanding.Most often used as extra seating scatter around a room.
Give a brief background of the ottoman empire ensure to mention its geography people and how it was form . As well as other important details then outline and discuss the factors which influenced the rise and fall of the ottoman empire. (social economic political religious).
As time went on, ottomans evolved to become smaller and freestanding, most often used as extra seating scattered around a room. In upholstery lingo, they are usually described as “overstuffed,” meaning that no wood other than the legs is visible.
Hence the name. Back then, an ottoman looked very different than what we use today. It was a low piece of upholstered furniture with no arms that was pile with cushions. Envision a cross between a floor mat and an armless sofa and you’ll get the idea. These often line three walls in the main room where families would gather to provide plenty of comfortable seating.
Like ottomans, poufs are often used as extra seating or as foot stools. Though generally more diminutive in scale which makes them a popular choice for smaller rooms.
All poufs are ottomans, but not all ottomans are poufs. “Ottoman” is basically the catchall term for all these varieties of upholster. Backless pieces of small furniture that take different shapes and forms. Make sense?While we’re on the subject of ottoman varieties, don’t forget the x-bench. Base on the Ancient Egyptian folding stool (and then later military folding stools favored by Napoleon), the x-bench is a personal favorite of ours. They look particularly chic in pairs, either along a wall or