A basic cube ottoman is a wonderful addition to just about any room. Especially with some bright colors to make the space pop. The ottoman above is a DIY project from the blog Pretty Handy Girl, where she offers a full tutorial.
It’s actually fabric that the blogger sewed into a cube pattern. There’s also a zipper side. Through the zipper, you fill the ottoman with the same type of beads from a beanbag. Optional polyester fiberfill adds further structure and texture.
On an aesthetic level, the fabric she chose looks stunning. Red and white geometric patterns always spice up any space. Below you can see some similar fabric selections of ours. There’s a general abstract pattern. And red and white also looks good together in stripe, checkered and plaid patterns. You can also see all our red and white selections here.