Coffee Table Storage Ottoman…one last thing

I’ve been reviewing my ottoman project, which I’m generally pretty thrilled to have tackled.  I greatly enjoyed learning about and trying tufting, and am looking forward to taking on a headboard project after the holidays have concluded. (I don’t think that was on my original to do list, but it is now, lol.)

I have a thought about the tufted top, and–in the spirit of full disclosure–I thought I’d share it:  It’s about those corner tufts.

It’s not like they don’t exist among professionals…you can see  corner tufts here in this ottoman from Horchow

 

 

and here in this one from Ballard Designs.

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Here in this one from Wayfair,

 

and, of course, on my “amateur” version as well.

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In DO OVER world, I would change my tufting map–and will be mindful of this in the future–so that the outside rows are the ones with one fewer button.  I think it’s less disruptive to the layout of the diamonds.  Everything is all diamonds, then it’s interrupted by a square. I think it would look a little more polished without them.

I didn’t see anything about it in the rules I mentioned in this post (when I figured out my tufting map), and maybe there’s no issue.  But it does bug me just a little, and since you are nice enough to share in this adventure, I thought I’d share that, too!