Ottoman or Pouf Home Accents
When I was a young married, an ottoman in the den was a must-have. Then, when my children were toddlers, they loved tipping it onto it’s side and doing a belly roll around the room. The more their bellies stuck to the leather, the louder the laughter.
Of course no ottoman was ever shapely again after all that rough-housing. But it was so much fun watching the kids that it was well-worth any worn leather. I think the Pouf of today would be a lot more fun. Of course, the ride might be a lot less predictable.