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If you want to add a white pouf to your space, you’re onto something great. The pouf is a large, firm cushion placed on the ground in any room of the home. It’s versatile, offering a subtle and trendy way to pull any room together. A white pouf ottoman will likely stand out from the rest of your furniture (unless you have a lot of white furniture), which means it’ll also serve as a centerpiece of your room.
As you shop for the perfect white pouf, we hope you’ll enjoy our selection from trusted brands such as GAN Rugs, Jaipur Living, and Surya. If you’re not finding what you’re looking for, check out our full selection of poufs in every color. You might find an option that steals your heart in a color or combination that you didn't know you liked.
A white pouf is a convenient design element that's easy to store and versatile enough for any room. It can stand out, blend in, or complement your design. It can be used as a chair, a footrest, a spare table, and more, depending on how you use it. From the nursery to the living room to the bedroom, these multi-tasking beauties can serve many purposes.
If you’re not sure what you’re looking for in your white pouf ottoman, we're here to help you. We've highlighted our top tips for finding the perfect pouf below. Keep reading to get inspired:
You know you want a white pouf, but what about color combinations and patterns? A black and white pouf will look much different than a navy blue, gray, and white pouf. Look at the color scheme in the room you're decorating to find your space's best combination.
You could use your white pouf as a chance to add an accent color that is not present in the room, like yellow or gold. You could also pick from the room's current color palette to ensure the pouf fits in with the rest of the decor.
Most poufs come in round, square, and rectangular shapes. Look at the angles and shapes in your room to decide what would work best. For example, if the area has several square elements, a white square pouf might be an excellent fit.
The material you choose will impact both the durability and the texture of your pouf. A white leather pouf will feel much different from a white fur pouf, for example. And a black and white outdoor pouf is likely to be easier to keep clean than either leather or fur.
You want to be able to keep your white pouf, well, white. Think about the traffic and exposure levels in your home, as well as children or pets, and pick accordingly. Once you find a pouf that you like, please read about the material it’s made from to make sure it’s a good match for your household.
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