Holiday guests are coming, whether you’re ready for them or not. One thing that’s often overlooked is seating. Sure, you figured out how to re-arrange all your furniture to fit 30 people into your already over-packed home, but did you think about where they are going to sit?

Having enough open seats for your guests to get cozy and relax is a rule in the book of adulting.

Here are a few ways to get more seating for holiday guests, fast.
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Ottomans

The most versatile of furniture pieces, ottomans are perfect for extra seating. They can be scattered about your home and moved easily. The upside to ordering a Burrow ottoman is that it’s made with a super cozy cushion and stain-resistant fabric. Bring on the red wine and gravy!
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Side tables that can double as seats

Also called a garden seat, these transform from side table to a seat in a blink. Place beside traditional seating like an armchair or sofa and let it be used for whatever your guests need.
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Foldable chairs (that actually look nice)

Foldable chairs get a bad rap. We’re not talking the metal kind at your backyard family reunion. They actually make foldable chairs that aren’t completely tragic. These are great if you have a particularly small space, because whenever they’re not in use you just fold them up and tuck them out of sight.
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Floor pillows

If your guests are a bit more laid back floor pillows are a great option. Easy to stow away when not in use, they create a warm cozy vibe that’s great for conversation.
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Poufs

If a garden seat and a floor pillow had a baby, it would be the pouf. A pouf has the same function as a floor pillow (aka you sit on it), but it’s much more structured and sturdy.