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If you’d like to decorate your space with a jute pouf, you're onto something great. Poufs can be used in any room of the home, and they're easy to store if you live in a small space. You could use a jute pouf ottoman in the living room to add a footrest to your seating, but it could also serve as an impromptu coffee table, bookshelf, or chair. That’s the great thing about adding poufs to your decor—they’re endlessly useful.
We hope you enjoy our selection as you shop for the best jute pouf for your home. There's something for everyone's tastes with options from Surya, Jaipur Living, GAN Rugs, and more. But if you’re not finding what you’re looking for, check out our full selection of poufs for more prospects.
So, you know you want a jute pouf, but how do you pick the right one(s)? Since your home probably can’t hold all of the poufs that catch your eye, you’ll need to narrow down your options based on what you’re looking for. And we’re here to help.
For those who already know exactly which jute pouf ottoman they’d like, skip this section. But if you’re still deciding, keep reading. We’ve highlighted some of our favorite tips for picking a perfect pouf below:
The color(s) of your jute pouf should go well with the colors in the area that you’re decorating. Look at the color palette in your space and use it to pick the right color for your pouf. If you’re not sure which color would be best, neutrals like white, black, or tan are great options. For example, a black jute pouf can work well in almost any space.
Jute is a durable material, but you’ll want to read about each pouf to make sure it’s right for the area that you’re decorating. For example, you’ll want an outdoor jute pouf if you’re decorating your patio or a busy area indoors. An indoor-only Surya jute pouf, on the other hand, would only work well in your home.
Jute is a plant fiber that has a naturally-soft and eye-catching texture. But if your space feels dull or boring, you might want more texture than what's provided by the jute alone. In this case, a woven jute pouf or a thick braided jute pouf would work well.
On the other hand, if your space has plenty of highly textured textiles, a jute pouf with a somewhat smooth surface could offer refreshing contrast.
Poufs come in different sizes and shapes. Measure the area that you’re decorating and any surrounding furniture to get a good idea of how large you’d like your pouf to be. Consider storage as well—a small jute pouf might be easier to tuck away than a large option.
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