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A teal pouf can highlight your room’s decor by supporting an existing color scheme, adding in new pattern, texture, and overall serving both a functional and decorative purpose.
Teal poufs are often accents in rooms where you might need an impromptu or casual seat, such as a living room or bedroom. Poufs can be used as a seat itself, or you can use it as a footrest or ottoman. The biggest benefit of decorating with a pouf is that it’s lightweight enough to be moved around the room to fit both form and function.
Size- Poufs do come in different sizes, so it’s important to think about what you want to use the pouf for and how it will be situated in the room. For example, if you want a pouf that primarily serves a footrest, think about how the height of the pouf lines up with the rest of the seating. If you have lower, modern sofas and seats, then you’ll likely want a pouf that isn’t as tall. If your seating is more standard, then choose a pouf that’s tall enough to give you the support you need.
Shape- The shape of the teal ottoman can speak a lot to the overall style and once again affect the practicality of the item. Round poufs can come across as softer and more delicate because of their curves, while rectangular and square poufs can be more rigid.
Texture- Some poufs have cable knit compositions, while others may be a more standard cotton or polyester fabric. Velvet is yet another option along with leather, fur, jute, and other ones. The texture of your teal pouf affects both the comfort of it and the tone that it strikes. If you want your teal pouf to fit into a particular design style, then choose a fabric or textured material that fits in with that theme.
Pattern- Many poufs come in one shade of color, but there are also so many that are designed with a pattern. Stripes, geometric shapes, color blocking, aztec patterns, and so many more designs are options for your teal pouf. This is yet another area where you can consider what design style you want the teal ottoman to fall into, and you can choose a pattern or design that fits into that style.
Color- You’ve narrowed down your color to teal, but you should also consider which shade of teal you like. Bright, vibrant teal works well with Boho and Moroccan decor, while more muted teals can fit in with more homey decor like farmhouse and coastal. Plus, teal doesn’t have to be the only color in your pouf. You can find poufs with other colors mixed in like white, gray, oranges, blues, and so on.
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