Best Ottoman Fabrics
Here are our ottoman fabric reviews.
This line of Ottoman fabric is available in almost sixty different prints! The fabric is finely woven and has a slight texture. Ottoman is often used for household décor items and this fabric would be a good choice for different kinds of window treatments, bedding, accents like toss cushions, and even for some upholstery projects.
- Machine wash, tumble dry on low heat
- This fabric is a poly/cotton blend made from 75% cotton and 25% polyester
- Fabric is lightweight
This ottoman fabric is medium to heavy weight and is woven with yarn dyed cotton fibers. Ottoman fabrics usually have some texture and this fabric features a slightly ribbed feel. Ottoman fabric can be used for all sorts of home decor projects. It is a great choice for many different kinds of window treatments, for some upholstery projects, and for accents like pillows.
- Available in 54” widths
- Made from 100% cotton
- Fabric is dry clean only
Sunbrella fabrics are quite unique, as they can often be used for both indoor and outdoor projects. Sunbrella fabrics also come with many great properties that are designed to help them last longer outdoors. This ottoman fabric is fade resistant, pill resistant, and is very soft. The fabric actually has 41,000 double rubs and is easy to clean.
- Fabric can be machine washed
- Fabric is heavyweight and is available in 54” widths
- Made from 100% Sunbrella Acrylic
Like many other ottoman fabrics, this fabric has a slight ribbed feel. Ottoman fabric is popularly used to sew different projects for the home. This fabric would be a good choice for window treatments, some upholstery, bedding, accessories, and more.
- Fabric is a blend of 51% cotton and 49% polyester
- Dry clean only
- Fabric is medium to heavyweight and is available in 55” widths
This very heavyweight fabric is soft and luxurious like velvet, but ribbed with the signature ottoman ribs. Because this fabric is so heavyweight, it could be a good choice for different upholstery projects, but could also be used to make matching accents like toss cushions and pillows. This line of fabric comes in over twenty different colors.
- Fabric is a blend of 82% viscose, 11% cotton, and 7% polyester
- Fabric is dry clean only
- Comes in 58” widths
Ottoman Fabric Buying Guide
There are many different lines of Ottoman fabric. Each fabric line is unique in weight, composition, and care instructions. Some lines of ottoman fabric are quite versatile and can be used both indoors and outdoors, while most lines can be used indoors for many different home related projects. Ottoman fabric comes in both solid colors and many different kinds of prints as well.
Caring for and Laundering Ottoman Fabric
Every line of fabric will have its own care instructions. Ottoman fabric can be made up of different fibers, so the care for the fabric will largely depend on what it is made of and any special properties the fabric might have. Some ottoman fabrics are dry clean only, while others can be washed in the washer and placed in the dryer on low heat. Others can be washed in the washer only. Be sure to check the care requirements for each fabric so that you can properly care for completed projects after, and also so that the right type of fabric is purchased for each project.
Budgeting for Ottoman
Some of the more budget friendly ottoman fabric lines range around the fifteen dollar per yard mark, while others are going to cost around thirty dollars per yard. Some luxury fabrics might cost as much as around ninety dollars per yard. Getting the right type and weight of ottoman fabric for your project is key. Since ottoman is usually a heavier weight fabric, it can sometimes carry a higher price point. That said, the more budget friendly lines do have many different colors and prints available for purchase as well.
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