A wool pouf is an excellent way to add elegance and luxury to any space. A pouf is a large, dense cushion that can sit on the floor of any room of your home. They're frequently used as seats, footrests, and even tables, and they're prized for the versatility to shift between these roles. Adding a few poufs to your home can transform it from dull to inviting in moments, and they're easy to swap out or move around as needed.
As you shop for the perfect wool pouf ottoman for your home, we hope you'll enjoy browsing our selection from brands like GAN Rugs, Jaipur Living and more. With so many options to choose from, you're sure to find one that you love. But if you're not seeing the perfect fit, we invite you to browse our full selection of poufs for many additional options.
Choosing a Wool Pouf
Finding the perfect wool pouf for your space can feel challenging with dozens of options to sift through. How do you know which ones will look best in the room that you're decorating? And which ones you'll be happy with for years to come? Unless your budget is bottomless, you'll need to narrow it down to the best options by defining what you want and need.
We've highlighted some of our favorite tips below to help you find the perfect wool pouf ottoman for your space. Keep reading to get inspired:
Color and Texture
Look at the color palette of the space that you're decorating to get an idea of the best colors to use. If you want your pouf to transition seamlessly from room to room, a neutral color like white, ivory, tan, grey, or black is usually best. But if you got inspired by a bright and colorful Surya wool pouf you saw on Pinterest the other night, go for a bold color instead. Just make sure it goes with your color palette.
The texture and/or pattern of your pouf will impact how it looks in your space, too. A boho wool pouf that's smooth and colorfully patterned will look much different from a braided Moroccan wool pouf.
Care and Cleaning
Wool is a delicate natural fiber that can require special care. And if your pouf is made with a unique method-?a felted wool pouf for example-?this can also come with care requirements. Consider the traffic levels in your space and pick a pouf that you'll be able to keep clean for years to come.
It's generally best to clean wool with a wool-specific detergent to prevent stripping the natural waxy coating off the fibers. This waxy coating protects the wool and gives it natural durability.
Size and Shape
A wool pouf could come in a range of sizes and shapes. Measure the furniture that your pouf will be next to and consider how you'd like to use it to get a better idea of what you'd like. A small rectangular pouf can be great for convenient seating that's easy to store. But a large circular one with a flat top might make a better ottoman and occasional end table.
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