10 Stylish Storage Ottomans Under $150
Add extra storage, seating and style to your small space with these multifunctional pieces.
When you’re short on space, you need all the storage help you can get. These budget-friendly ottomans work double duty as both furniture and secret storage, whether you're shopping for dorm room decor, extra seating in your apartment or just an extra spot to hide clutter.
Add visual interest to your small space with this buffalo check ottoman. At only $25, we could see two or three of these lined up next to each other as a makeshift bench to add even more storage but with the flexibility to have three additional, portable seats. Available in gray and black, this ottoman also features a reversible lid that transforms into a tray, perfect for plates and mugs.
One side of this ottoman's top is a cushion that can be used as a footstool or additional seating in a pinch, and the other side is a built-in tray for when you need extra surfaces for beverage, games, etc. And while the structure is very sturdy, another bonus is that this easy-to-assemble ottoman also breaks down when needed and ships and packs flat. This version is available in several colors, and Kvell also sells a basic cube without the reversible lid with even more colors for as low as $50.
If you want your ottoman to contrast with neutral, solid color furniture without being too bold, this repeating blue-and-white pattern is the perfect option. It's 16 inches in diameter and the compartment is 8.5 inches tall.
We almost mistook these Threshold ottomans for pieces from Chip and Joanna Gaines' Hearth and Hand with Magnolia line because they're giving us major modern farmhouse vibes. Rest a wooden tray on one of these black plaid ottomans as a chic end table or line up three ottomans to create the illusion of a bench, like pictured in this entryway.
If you love traditional, cozy spaces, this off-white, tufted ottoman might be the perfect one for your space. This style ottoman would totally warm up a sterile-feeling dorm room more than a basic square cube and make it look homier. The inside of this ottoman actually features pockets along the border, perfecting for holding extra shoes or really any items you want to keep easily accessible.
It might be a stretch to call this an ottoman. It’s more like a miniature coffee table, but that’s still perfect for a small space. Plus, wicker is having a resurgence right now. Stack some vintage books on top for a hard surface, and you’ve got a chic spot for coffee mugs and vases.