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Decorating Tips For Small Spaces With Ottomans

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Did you know? Ottomans are called ottomans because they were first brought to Europe from the Ottoman Empire in the late 18th century.


Decorating small spaces in your home can be a complicated task if you're not quite sure where to begin. But there's good news: it doesn't have to be difficult at all, and the designers at Domestic Comfort can take you through the process.


Plus, our personalized ottoman program lets you choose from square, rectangular or round shapes in multiple sizes. Then add a leg or skirt, carved molding, a top design and optional nail trim. Personalize your own ottoman. Make it yours! 


Upholstery options are available in fabric, leather and fabric/leather.


In the living room or the dressing room, ottomans add flair and function. Come in today and let a Domestic Comfort designer help you put your feet up and say "ahh.



Domestic Comfort Custom Beds:

Create The Bed Of Your Dreams

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Domestic Comfort has an extensive collection of Made-to-Order Upholstered Beds.  

First choose the shape, than headboard height, tufted or plain panel, nail trim or welted border, then choose from thousands of designer fabrics.  Visit the showroom for full details and assistance, to have your perfect upholstered bed  made-to-order. Let us know what you love; the possibilities are endless!

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Open Plan Dining

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Open plan dining breathes new life into your space and encourages socializing at the dinner table.. Stop by our showroom today and speak with one of our friendly designers about maximizing the impact of your space. Check out all of our stylish dining possibilities.



Bar Stools:

So Many Choices, So Much Comfort!

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Bar stools, or counter stools, can be practical, and they're decorative as well! When decorating with bar stools, create a cohesive feel by choosing stools that mimic qualities of existing furniture. Or, mix things up by adding stools that contrast with, and complement, your existing design scheme.


And don't forget: ensure comfort by giving your bar stools space. Unlike traditional seating, your legs may not be tucked under a table when seated at a bar stool. Place stools a minimum of 24 inches apart to allow personal space and leg room.


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