Poufs come in all shapes, sizes, styles, and colors, so there’s something for everyone’s home. If your space could use additional blue decor, buy a blue pouf! Or rather, buy a few of them to keep around for extra seating options, footrests, or even end tables. Blue is a naturally calming and soothing color, so adding a blue pouf ottoman to your space is sure to make it more inviting.
As you shop for the perfect blue pouf(s) for your home, we hope you’ll enjoy our selection from trusted brands like Jaipur Living, GAN Rugs, and Surya. If you’re not finding what you’re looking for, head over to our full selection of poufs for more options.
How to Choose a Blue Pouf
Picking a new blue pouf or a set of poufs isn’t easy. If you’re like most people, it'll be tough to select just a few with so many beautiful choices available. But unless your budget for poufs is large, you'll need to narrow down your options and decide on the right blue pouf ottoman(s) for your household.
Unless you already know exactly which pouf(s) you’d like to purchase, keep reading. The sections below highlight some of our favorite tips for picking the best pouf for your home.
Color and Pattern
When you're choosing a new piece of furniture or decor, starting with color and pattern can help narrow down your choices. Think about the room that you'll use the blue pouf in most of the time. Then find a shade of blue that would look nice in that room. Maybe a light blue pouf for a bright, chic space, or a navy blue pouf for a coastal living area.
Adding patterns into the mix lets you introduce a second color easily. For example, if you’d like a blue and grey or a blue and white pouf, look for a blue striped pouf with both colors in the design.
Material and Durability
Picking the right material for your pouf is integral if you want it to last. A blue leather pouf, for example, would be suitable for an indoor space but not an exposed exterior setting. The same would be true for a blue velvet pouf. If, however, you want to put your pouf on the patio or by the pool, you’ll want indoor/outdoor fabric that can stand up to the elements.
The material your pouf is made from will also impact how it feels to relax on. You might want soft blue poufs in your living room decor but textured jute poufs for the sunroom, for example.
Consider where and how you’ll use your blue pouf to help pick the right size. A small pouf will be easier to store and move around, but it might work better as a footrest than a spare seat. On the other hand, a large soft pouf might make a great seat, but it wouldn't work so well as a spare end table. Check the dimensions on the pouf you’re interested in and compare them to your existing furniture for a better idea of how big it will be.
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