If you want a versatile piece of furniture that could fit in any room with any color scheme, a grey pouf is an excellent option. Poufs sit on the floor, and they can serve as seating, footrests, or end tables, among other things. Unlike a traditional ottoman, a grey pouf ottoman won't have legs or extra storage, but it will be easier to store and rearrange. Plus, grey is a neutral color that can work well in almost any space, no matter how many times you change it.
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How to Choose a Grey Pouf
You’re halfway to a great purchase once you know you want a grey pouf. Now you need to pinpoint the specific details you're looking for to make sure you love the pouf you pick. Whether you're buying one pouf or several, our tips will help you narrow down your options to make the decision easier.
You can bypass this section and hop over to the checkout if you already know exactly which grey pouf you want. Otherwise, please keep reading for our favorite ways to figure out which pouf is right for you.
Color and Pattern
If you have a color scheme in mind, you might want a shade that specifically matches the surrounding colors. Or you can pick your favorite shade of grey without worrying about existing colors. Since we’re working with a neutral color, the right match isn’t as crucial. For example, a charcoal grey pouf could fit in with a bright blue and green living room, but it could also work well in a warm orange and brown den.
Patterns allow you to add a second color to your pouf easily. If you want to keep it neutral, for example, you might pick a striped white and grey pouf. Or a grey Moroccan pouf with white stitching.
Material and Durability
Pick the material for your pouf based on how durable it needs to be for your space and how you plan to use it. For example, if you plan to relax on your pouf in a low-traffic living room, you might opt for a grey velvet pouf. A grey tufted pouf made from cotton could work well if you plan to use it as a footrest in a medium traffic zone, and a grey outdoor pouf would be a good fit for a patio seating area.
Read about the material your pouf is made from and what the cleaning requirements are before you buy.
Size and Shape
Finally, consider which shape you’d like and how big you would like your pouf to be. There’s a difference between a small grey round pouf and a large grey square pouf, for example. A large grey pouf might be more comfortable to lounge on, but it won’t be as easy to store, and it'll take up more space. A small grey pouf will be easier to store and better as a footrest or small table.
For shape, pick a grey pouf with a shape that you feel will complement your home’s existing decor.
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