Hassock is a synonym of ottoman.
As nouns the difference between hassock and ottoman is that hassock is a dense clump of grass or vegetation; a tussock while ottoman is an upholstered sofa, without arms or a back, sometimes with a compartment for storing linen, etc.
03/05/2020 A hassock , like an ottoman , is covered in fabric.
Traditionally, a hassock’s covering is so extensive that no legs or framing are visible, unlike an ottoman.
Another difference between the hassock and the ottoman is that an ottoman usually has a central space available for storage, while the hassock does not.
Lacking the storage feature.
Unlike an ottoman , a hassock has an extensive of fabric such that no framing or legs of this furniture are visible.
Second main distinctive feature in hassock is that it is not a central storage space like an ottoman.
Hassocks are small in size as compared to a large ottoman #, The difference between a hassock and an ottoman is that a hassock does not have storage, and an ottoman does.
Both pieces can be large or small and have legs.
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The wikipedia Ottoman (furniture) article says that an ottoman can also be called a hassock.
However, the wikipedia Tuffet article says that when a hassock is large and has storage space in it the it is called an ottom.
There is no real difference between Hassock and Ottoman.
More exactly, a term Ottoman is more common than Hassock.
Also, note that there are Hassock Ottomans too.
Hassock is more stuffed than Ottoman.
Nov 17, 2016 – What’s the difference between tuffets, ottomans , footstools and hassocks ?
Time, place and customs.
They’re all good.
See more ideas about Footstool, Mckenzie and #, Ottomans are fully upholstered, well-padded, have legs, and sit high enough to double as additional seating.
Legs may be exposed or hidden with skirting.
These pieces can be rectangular, circular or square.
Ultimately, the difference between an ottoman and a footstool lies in their style and function.