If you love Moroccan design, your home could probably benefit from at least one Moroccan pouf. Comfort is essential to Moroccan interior decor, and seating options are often low to the ground for comfort and style. And the Moroccan pouf ottoman is an excellent way to bring this seating into your space.
Poufs are popping up in homes around the world right now, and with good reason. They’re comfortable, stylish, colorful, portable, and easy to store, which is more than you can say for most interior seating options.
As you shop for a Moroccan pouf for your space, we hope you’ll enjoy our selection of high-quality poufs from trusted brands such as GAN Rugs, Jaipur Living, and Surya. And if you’re not finding what you’re looking for, check out our full selection of poufs for a more comprehensive selection. Moroccan styling works well with a range of designs and colors.
Picking the Right Moroccan Pouf Ottoman
A Moroccan pouf is a large, solid cushion placed on the ground with other furniture. It adds fun and versatile seating to any room in the home. A pouf is a subtle and trendy way to pull any room together, and if you love vibrant designs, a Moroccan floor pouf will fit the bill. But how do you pick the right one?
Below, we’ve highlighted some of our top tips for picking the best Moroccan pouf for your space. Keep reading to get inspired:
Color, Pattern, and Texture
The color, pattern, and texture of your pouf will change how it looks in your space. Pick each element based on your personal preference and your home's Moroccan aesthetic. There's a big difference between a white, blue, gold, orange, silver, brown, green, teal, tan, or purple Moroccan pouf. Thankfully, most will fit in with a Moroccan interior.
As for pattern and texture, look for what you love. Do you love soft, smooth textures? Or would you prefer a visually interesting texture, like a braided pouf or a jute pouf? And if you see a pattern that you like, go for it. It’s hard to go wrong when you’re picking a pouf.
How big do you want your pouf to be? You’ll find various dimensions suited to spacious and compact rooms, so it’s up to you and your space. A large Moroccan pouf may look more inviting, but a small Moroccan pouf could look more fun and would probably be easier to store. Think about your space and your needs.
Square, rectangular, and round poufs are the most common shapes. Pick between them based on what appeals to your visual taste and the shapes already in the room. For example, a square Moroccan pouf is an excellent option to match with a square table, but you could also pair it with a round table to change the shapes.
Once you find a Moroccan pouf that you like, look at the material it’s made from to be sure it’s durable enough for your home. Consider the soil, moisture, and activity levels in your space, as well as pets or children, to find the best durability option for you.
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