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7 Modern Ottoman Options

Kick back in style with one of these fashionable footrests.

Need a break from the holiday break? We found more than a few reasons to put up your feet. Each of these ottomans was chosen exclusively from The List, the destination for all things Surface-approved.

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1. Nino ottoman, The Future Perfect
Designed by Luca Nichetto for De La Espada, this ottoman was created for the Elysia lounge chair in 2016. Both share a rounded solid wood frame and a friendly, inviting personality.

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2. Caristo ottoman, SP01
Used solo or alongside its eponymous armchair, Caristo makes an impression with its steel tube frame and wide top.

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3. Trilby stool, Dmitriy & Co.
With its wide stance and saddle-like upholstered seat, this versatile accent is marked by its walnut base.

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4. Brook stool, Moroso
Tokujin Yoshioka first created this gemlike, ombre-hued accent for the Issey Miyake flagship in London.

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5. Season Mini pouf, Viccarbe
This pouf, designed by Piero Lissoni, stealthily incorporates concealed wheels and a handle into its cube-shaped frame.

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6. Ile table, Living Divani
Perched atop an ultraslim frame, this low-lying piece, also designed by Piero Lissoni, can be customized with fabric or leather upholstery to complement its metal base.

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7. Platner ottoman, Palette & Parlor
Named for its designer, Warren Platner, this ottoman first debuted in 1966. Its base, composed of welded nickel-plated steel rods, contrasts with its molded latex foam cushion.

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