92 Mediterranean Ottomans and Cubes
A true double-duty furniture piece, ottomans often wear double (or triple) hats: They can be utilized as a footstool, coffee table, storage container or even additional seating. Because they are available in a variety of styles, colors and patterns, an ottoman, pouf or cube can also add a touch of mediterranean character to your bedroom, living room or playroom design. As you get ready to make a purchase, be sure to learn a little more about this handy piece of furniture. More
Moroccan Leather Poufs
This large wooden ottoman brings the suzani look into your living room as an accent piece instead of taking over the whole space. Comfy for resting one's feet, or easily converted into a coffee table - whatever your needs are that day.
This Moroccan-style leather ottoman from Rachel Ashwell has me completely gobsmacked. If I were furnishing my dream home (with an unlimited budget!), this would be at the very top of my list.
Moroccan Leather Ottoman
Every mom needs a stylish place to rest her tired feet. A Moroccan pouf like this one is a departure from a glider's matching ottoman. Plus, toddlers love to play on them when they get a little older.
To add the much-needed Moroccan flair to a boho-chic environment, this adorable side table is an obvious choice. Plus, it comes in a wide variety of pretty colors to fit any decor.
I just used two of these white stools in a project I'm working on. They are great! And they are only $99.
This gold pouf is perfect for the corner of a room. My daughter has one of these in pink and uses it to read her books.
Poufs are definitely having a moment. This leather version from Serena and Lily is handmade in Morocco and well worth the investment.
Moroccan poufs are a favorite trend of mine, and I brought one of these beauties home from Morocco — in yellow, too!
Quirky, cute and walking the line somewhere between traditional and modern, this ottoman by Pearson would be a welcome addition to my living room.
This ottoman adds exotic fabric and storage to a room. It's perfect for chucking toys, DVDs, magazines and remotes when you're neatening up.
A tan leather Moroccan stool has everything to fit the boho decor. It's casual and a little vintage, and it can be moved around and used as needed.
Poufs are fantastic not only for bringing additional seating into a room, but also for bringing in an accent color.
Who doesn't want a pouf these days? These are perfect for kids to plop down on to read a book. Now you have a reason to order one: it will make your child read more!
Moroccan Leather Pouf
Whether you use it as an ottoman, extra seating or a place to rest your drink, this red leather pouf will come in handy.
Here's a traditional option done in a beautiful peacock blue. I especially love the pattern on this one.
Poufs may be trendy, but they are so cute and useful. There is no doubt they are here to stay. The classic version is large and leather in natural brown or white. But these days you can get any color under the sun, from hot pink to metallic silver and gold, so go with what you love.
Bring colorful warmth to your space with the pink Moroccan pouf from Jonathan Adler. Made of hand-dyed leather and filled with kapok (a natural plant fiber), this versatile piece will leave you sitting pretty.
Looking for an exotic and global decorative accessory for your living room? These authentically Moroccan camel saddles are a great burst of Mediterranean flair. I don't suggest you actually use them as saddles.
The ever-popular pouf trend is still going strong, but instead of a bright color, try it in black and white for a sleeker feel.
Poufs make great seating in the nursery. You can get down to your child's level, and they can use it for seating and climbing.
Moroccan Pouffe, Turquoise
This pouf doesn't disappoint. I use these in nurseries, playrooms, living rooms and bedrooms. Nestled next to a chair or in front of a bookcase, they are an awesome way to add a splash of color.
This is what I think of as the original Moroccan pouf — done in leather in a natural tone. Gorgeous!
This little stool would be a great perch, and the cool minty-ivory tone would be a great hue against a French blue or periwinkle wall. I could see that combination working beautifully in a breezy, upscale beach house.
The perfect spot for resting your feet or an extra bottom when you have guests, this pouf is an all-around team player! The fun quatrefoil pattern in indigo is so playful.
Patterned pieces like this Ikat ottoman will continue to be popular this year. They're fun, and adding them to your space will add great dimension.
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