Poufs seem to be the latest craze in interior design. Let's think about it....we're always looking for extra seating in a room. Guests pop in, families gathering in one space, even in a child's room. What better way to add accent and color in a space than by adding a pouf.
A substitute for the old hassock that my parents had in the living room of white vinyl with a red piping trim and red button tufted in the middle. Although now that I think of it I was probably 2 or 3 years old in the family photo and that hassock looks pretty retro for a today's retro designed room.
Today's poufs are fun and eclectic.
The flame stitch is fun and the pattern is hip.
|The crochet will add texture to a room with smooth patterns.|
The jute pouf will add texture to a natural space. This will fit well in a
room that is Restoration Hardwared.
The geometric paired with a vertical stripe will fit well into a more modern decorated space.
The ikat pouf is a popular choice in current decorating fabric styles. This particular pouf is more square in style.
and will fit well in a children's room adding adding seating at the children's play table for friends to socialize.
Poufs are a versatile option for additional seating. Why not take the pouf plunge!