Cet ottoman de rangement élégant fait une excellente table basse, offre des sièges supplémentaires et est un endroit confortable pour soutenir vos pieds à la fin de la journée. Le couvercle pratique se soulève pour révéler beaucoup de rangement pour les jetés, les jouets pour enfants ou les jeux de société.

Les matériaux nécessaires

vieille table
basse scie à table ou scie circulaire
1 “x8” planches de pin (la longueur dépend de la taille de la table)
tournevis
1 “vis à bois
1/2″ MDF (les dimensions dépendent de la taille de la table)
clous de finition
frappeur
agrafeuse et agrafes tapisserie d’ameublement
machine à coudre
tissu et de coordination fil
ciseaux
ruban à mesurer
marqueur
forage et peu de
mousse à haute densité d’ameublement
couteau à pain électrique (facultatif) de
pulvérisation d’ adhésif
longue aiguille rembourrage
cordonnet
boutons
charnière de piano
poussière protecteur tissu
pistolet à colle chaude ou de la bande de liaison tissu

Déterminer la hauteur et couper les jambes

Determine how high you want the top of the ottoman using your sofa’s height as a guide. If you aren’t sure where the ottoman will go, use 19-20″ as your height. Subtract 3″ for the foam and the thickness of the table top from your desired height. The resulting measurement should be the length of the legs. Remove the legs and cut them to adjust for the height, if necessary. Cut the top of the legs to retain the finished end on the bottom. Reattach the legs.

Pouf capitonné pour table basse

Create Storage Box

Remove the tabletop from the coffee table (Image 1). Cut it to fit the outside edges of the legs or sides — whichever sticks out furthest. Cut 1″x 8″ boards to length to wrap around the table. If the legs stick out further than the sides, cut the boards to fit between the legs. Secure them with wood screws (Image 2). Cut a piece of 1/2″ MDF to completely cover the bottom of your ottoman. You may need to make notches on the corners to accommodate the legs (Image 3). Secure the bottom with finishing nails (Image 4).

Retirez le plateau de la table basse. Coupez-le pour l'adapter aux bords extérieurs des jambes ou des côtés, celui qui ressort le plus loin.
Coupez des planches de 1 à 8 pouces à longueur pour envelopper la table. Si les jambes dépassent plus que les côtés, coupez les planches pour qu'elles s'insèrent entre les jambes. Fixez-les avec des vis à bois
Coupez un morceau de 1/2 '' MDF pour s'adapter au bas de votre pouf, y compris le côté. Vous devrez peut-être faire des encoches sur les coins pour accueillir les jambes
Fixez-le en place avec des clous de finition.

Cover the Ottoman’s Sides

Wrap the sides of the ottoman with batting, stapling on the inside edge of the top and on the bottom (Image 1). Remove any excess. Measure the sides of your ottoman with the batting. Cut upholstery fabric for each of the four sides adding 6″ to the height of each side and 1″ to the length of each side. Lay the pieces together with the good sides of the fabric facing each other. Sew each corner together with a 1/2″ seam allowance. Be sure to alternate long ends and short ends so the seams line up at the corners (Image 2). Note: If you are using patterned fabric, be sure to line up the pattern for a polished look. When you’ve sewn a complete loop with the fabric, slide it over the batting. Fold over the edges and secure them with staples over the batting on the inside edge of the top and on the bottom. Undo a few stitches on the ends if necessary to overlap fabric for a smoother finish (Image 3). For the legs, cut small notches in the fabric where the leg meets the side of the table up to the bottom of the side. Use your fingers to carefully tuck the fabric up behind the batting on the legs (Image 4).

Wrap the sides of the ottoman with batting, stapling on the inside edge of the top and on the bottom.
Remove any excess. Measure the sides of your ottoman with the batting. Cut upholstery fabric adding 6â to the height of each side and 1â to the length of each side. Lay the pieces together with the good sides of the fabric facing each other. Sew each corner together with a 1/2" seam allowance. Be sure to alternate long ends and short ends, so the seams line up at the corners.
Note: If you are using patterned fabric, be sure to line up the pattern for a polished look. When you have sewn a complete loop with the fabric, slide it over the batting. Fold over the edges and secure them with staples over the batting on the inside edge of the top and on the bottom. Undo a few stiches on the ends if necessary to overlap fabric for a smoother finish.
For the legs, cut small notches in the fabric where the leg meets the side of the table up to the bottom of the side. Use your fingers to carefully tuck the fabric up behind the batting on the legs.

Mark Pattern for Tufting

Determine your desired pattern for the tufting. Our example shows a square pattern, but you may prefer a diamond pattern. Measure your tabletop and draw the tabletop and pattern on a piece of paper. Leave an equal amount of space on the ends and the sides. Repeat your drawing on the tabletop using a marker and measuring tape to mark the spots. Drill a hole at each of these spots using a bit that is at least 1/4″ in diameter.

Tufted Coffee Table Storage Ottoman

Add Foam and Batting

Measure and cut 3″ dense foam to fit your tabletop. You may have to cut a few pieces to fit correctly. Mark the foam with a marker and cut with an electric bread knife. Note: You can cut foam by hand with a utility knife, but a bread knife will produce better results (Image 1). Spray one side of the foam pieces and the tabletop with spray adhesive (Image 2). Allow time for the glue to tack up as directed by adhesive manufacturer, then press foam onto the tabletop. Cover the foam with batting and secure on the bottom side with staples to create the ottoman’s top.

Measure 3â dense foam to fit your table top. You may have to cut a few pieces to fit correctly. Mark the foam with a marker and cut with an electric bread knife. Note: you can cut by hand with a utility knife, but a bread knife will produce better results
Spray one side of the foam pieces and the table top with spray adhesive.

Prep Fabric Cover

Cut the fabric for the ottoman top allowing for the top measurement, the sides and an additional 6″ for the width and height. Cover the ottoman top with fabric upside down, lining up pattern as necessary. Pinch the corners together and pin in place. Remove the fabric and sew a seam where you have pinned the fabric. Be sure to backstitch at the inside of the corner. Cut away excess leaving about 1/2″ allowance intact at the seam.

Tufted Coffee Table Storage Ottoman

Add Fabric Cover

Place the cover over the ottoman top. Staple in place on the bottom of the ottoman top folding the fabric over and covering the batting. Begin in the center of each side and make the fabric fit snugly. Staples should be added every few inches.

Create Button Tufting

Carefully poke a long upholstery needle though the hole on the bottom of the ottoman cover, through both the foam and fabric. Thread a button with 15″ of cording. Thread the needle with both ends of the cording (Image 1). Pull the cording all the way through to the bottom of the ottoman top. Repeat for all buttons. When all buttons have been threaded, place the ottoman top face-down on a flat surface. Pull each pair of cording ends very tightly in one direction and fasten to the bottom of the ottoman top with a staple. Then pull the cording in the opposite direction and staple again (Image 2). For added security you can tie a knot with the two ends to make sure they don’t slip through the staples. Cut off any excess.

Remove the fabric and sew a seam where you have pinned the fabric. Be sure to backstitch at the inside of the corner. Cut away excess leaving about 1/2" allowance intact at the seam. Place the cover over the ottoman top. Staple in place on the bottom of the ottoman top folding the fabric over and covering the batting. Begin in the center of each side and make the fabric fit snugly. Staples should be added every couple of inches.Carefully poke a long upholstery needle though the hole on the bottom of the ottoman cover, through the foam, and through the fabric. Thread a button with 15â of cording. Thread the needle with both ends of the cording
Pull the cording all the way through to the bottom of the ottoman top. Repeat for all buttons. When all buttons have been threaded, place the ottoman top face down on a flat surface. Pull each pair of cording ends very tightly in one direction and fasten to the bottom of the ottoman top with a staple. Then pull the cording in the opposite direction and staple again. For added security you can tie a knot with the two ends to make sure it doesnât slip through the staple. Cut away any excess.

Finish Assembling Ottoman

Add a piano hinge to one long edge of the ottoman top on the bottom side (Image 1). If the hinge is shorter than the overall length it should be centered. Cut dust protector cloth to fit the bottom of the ottoman top. It should be slightly smaller than the overall dimensions of the ottoman top, but wide enough to cover any staples used to secure the fabric. Add the dust protector cloth to the bottom of the ottoman top using hot glue or fabric bond tape and an iron (Image 2). Attach the other side of the piano hinge to the ottoman base. Place your completed storage ottoman in the family room, master bedroom, kids’ playroom or any spot that could use a little more stylish storage (Image 3). Lift the lid to stash kids’ games, toys or throws (Image 4).

Add a piano hinge to one long edge of the ottoman top on the bottom side
Si la charnière est plus courte que la longueur totale, elle doit être centrée. Coupez un chiffon anti-poussière pour s'adapter au bas du haut du pouf. Il doit être légèrement plus petit que les dimensions globales du haut du pouf, mais suffisamment large pour couvrir les agrafes utilisées pour fixer le tissu. Ajoutez le chiffon protecteur contre la poussière au bas du haut du pouf en utilisant de la colle chaude ou du ruban adhésif en tissu et un fer à repasser. Fixez l'autre côté de la charnière du piano à la base du pouf.
Transformez une vieille table basse en un pouf de rangement élégant. Il sera assez grand pour être utilisé comme table basse avec un plateau, comme siège supplémentaire, ou tout simplement comme un endroit idéal pour soutenir vos pieds à la fin de la journée. Le couvercle relevable pratique révèle de nombreux rangements pour les jetés, les livres ou les jeux de société.
Transformez une vieille table basse en un pouf de rangement élégant. Il sera assez grand pour être utilisé comme table basse avec un plateau, comme siège supplémentaire, ou tout simplement comme un endroit idéal pour soutenir vos pieds à la fin de la journée. Le couvercle relevable pratique révèle de nombreux rangements pour les jetés, les livres ou les jeux de société.

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