Outdoor cushion storage not only provides a great place to rest your feet or object store you want to keep close, but also, with the addition of cheap wheels, you have a loose piece of functional furniture. By choosing a fabric that fits your style, your new ottoman blends in with the rest of your existing furnishings while providing new storage capabilities.
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Target two of the outdoor cushion storage to form a corner and nail in place. Add the next board to start creating a box. Put the fourth board and finish the box shape. Place the base board on top of the box and nail to the box frame along the sides, not the corners. The corners will be where wheels attach. Any misplaced nails can prevent the wheels from attaching properly. Mount the wheels by pre-drilling holes in the corners of the basic square.
Screw in the wheels and secure tightly so that they will not come loose under pressure and movement. On the last square, lay out the four 1-inch discs in a square shape, 2 inches away from the edges of the main square. Nail in place, creating one in the lip to keep up the glide of ottoman. Lay out the fabric square, right down on a flat surface. Center the outdoor cushion storage over the fabric followed by the cover over foam with 1-inch discs upwards. Take care that everything is centered with equal parts of fabric around.