By Annie Rosemurgy | Photographed by Shanna Wolf
The pouf craze is on! And with good reason—these portable, versatile, decorative cushions can be used as supplemental seating, as a footrest or in lieu of a coffee table. Poufs are a great way to add a splash of color or create a style vibe without breaking the bank. They’re particularly good at articulating the boho-chic look that’s so red hot these days, says Lora Brown of Brown & Beam, and are thus popular with the millennial set. Small rooms and apartments are perfect pouf candidates, Brown says, and can take a basic, neutral furniture set from bland to boho in no time flat. When coordinated with other textile elements like rugs, pillows and window treatments, “the right pouf can help tie a room’s look together beautifully and inexpensively,” she says.
Top row, left to right:
- Abena Knitted Cotton Pouf by Christopher Knight Home, $60; Target
- Fair Trade Floor Cushions, $40 each; Art Gecko
- Reyna Wool Pouf, $195; Brown & Beam
Bottom row, left to right:
- Blush Abstract Symbols Pouf, $45; World Market
- Divine Footstool, $505; The Century House
- Woven Textured Floor Pouf, $150; World Market
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