Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Painted Boho Ottoman DIY

Everyone I know has a version of this little brown ottoman covered in faux leather.  Pretty sure the fact that you can buy them for $20 bucks is the reason we all seem to have one or two hanging around.  Though they are the perfect place to kick up your feet at the end of a rough day, sadly they aren't terribly attractive.  Here's a fun way to jazz up that little brown clump and make it an enviable centerpiece in your living room using DecoArt's Stylin Paints which are formulated for leather, faux leather and fabric. It won't crack or peel and can work on everything from shoes and handbags to belts and, well, this ottoman!  Dial up your decor with this fun little project and don't forget to
Make Your Mark!
My cute little boho buddy!
A set can make the whole room sing!
Decoupage some fabric in different patterns and you've got something amazing!
Watch how to make them here!

Kick your feet up!


  1. I've watched you on while you were out. And maney of the others you was great in all of them. I would like to know if you have a post where you show how to do outdoor candle holders in boho, or gypsy , or Moroccan? My granddaughter is having a wedding in a wooded area. She's doing all those styles together. It will be beautiful. Unfortunately I will be the one making most of the decorations. Please help me !

  2. I love all the furniture makeovers you do!

  3. Hi Barbara, These are pretty easy to make and you can paint them any way you want. http://www.markmontano.com/2017/05/mermaid-candle-holders.html