Jute Pouf will work well in a living room, a nursery or just about any space as a complement play to a stuffed chair. Finished furniture with an open storage shelf and stuffed top will fit in a more formal room. You have several choices to make when designing a round footrest to go with a chair, among them style, decor and size. Search for photos of Jute Pouf and write down the features of those who appeal to you. Determine what kind of hassock works best as an extension of comfort to the chair in your home. Magazines, books and furniture gallery sales websites will provide inspiring photos for you.
Make several simple sketches of the kind of Jute Pouf that you want to design. The furniture can be based on a period of time, a personal style. Add ergonomic upholstery foam and leg features to support the attitude friendly comfort future users. Draw the final design on the square squared paper to show the height and width of the pouf. Detail the top of the round paragraph on a polar graph paper sheet. This specific graph is in circular form. These drawings should include the wood plot and ended the stopped project. You will be able to plan the placement of clothing buttons, trim, sewing patterns and nice details on the circular shape.
Print a detailed list of the materials you need for the project. The list should contain two woods 5/8 inch-thick, 20-inch diameter plywood rounds for the foundation. You need foam or filler for the comfort of the top layer and Jute Pouf to shady to end the device. List ben, decorative wood poles, storage device hinges, clothing tools, trim and buttons in your instructions. Craft a model of the pouf with a piece of cardboard. Make a copy of your detailed drawing to use as a pattern. Cut out the best, bottom and side panels or posts for a round pouf from paper with scissors or a knife.