You can attract rustic storage ottoman stool with the same techniques you will use to attract a headboard or flat furniture. The only difference is that you will have to cover your staples on the base and hide unfinished center on top. Turn your plain wooden storage box osmannic into a padded piece of furniture. Remove the top from the bottom of the stool. If the top is attached with hinges, remove the screws and hinges on both bottom and lid. Remove feet, wheels and any other hardware.
Measure the top and bottom of your stool. Cut a sheet of fabric and wicker to cover the outside of the base, including the bottom. Plan to bring your fabric and plaque 2 to 3 inches inside the top of the base. Cut a sheet of fabric and wicker to fit over the top of your stool, including 3 inches on the underside of the top. If you plan to include a padded seat for your storage stool. Cut a piece of foam to fit the top. Remember to take into account the thickness of the foam when you measure and cut your fabric and paddle to the top.
Cover the bottom of your stool by placing your fabric face down on a flat surface, spraying adhesive on the backside. And place the plate wrap cut into the same size on top of the adhesive. Spray glue on top of plate wrap that has turned up and center the bottom of your stool on top. Pull the fabric over the sides of the stool, one by one, and fasten the ends of fabric and wicker on the inside of the Ottoman with a staple gun. As you round the corners of your stool. Fold and put the fabric and place mat as if you were wrapping a gift. If the corners are too thick for your taste, cut away batting in this section and just fold the fabric. Cut excess fabric out of staples.
Cover the top of your stool the same way you did the base, but put the foam in the middle of the plate before placing the top run of the foam. Spray glue will help keep the attached together materials. Staple the fabric on the underside of the top. Cut excess fabric. Cut a piece of cardboard to fit the underside of the Ottoman top. Then, cut a section of the fabric to cover the face cardboard and 2 inches in the back. Apply spray glue to cardboard and center it over the fabric. Fold the fabric around to the back and fasten it with the fork tape. Attach the covered cardboard to the underside of your stool top with the covered side facing out. Secure cardboard with spray glue or staples. This gives the Ottoman a nice padded look when you open it for storage.