Guest Picks: Poufs With Personality
I love the two-toned nature of this pouf. It almost has a striped quality.
This is what I think of as the original Moroccan pouf — done in leather in a natural tone. Gorgeous!
Using a metallic pouf is one of my favorite ways to bring dimension to a room.
The black and white color combination keeps this pouf very graphic and chic.
Here's another traditional option done in a beautiful peacock blue. I especially love the pattern on this one.
A pink pouf is obviously a winner.
I think Land of Nod has some of the best takes on the pouf. This one is faux leather, meaning super easy cleanup for a playroom space. Plus, it comes in all sorts of juicy colors for well under $100.
Knitted poufs can add a dose of softness to a modern space.
I thought the braided texture of this pouf was unique, and I love the mustard hue.
I really, really love these square ottomans from West Elm. This chevron has a unique tribal quality to it.
Yellow and gray is a hot color combination right now, and I love how they come together on this ottoman.
Denim blue hues and a geometric pattern combine so beautifully on this ottoman. It would look great against a richly toned hardwood floor.
Take your pouf outdoors! This vibrant pattern would look great on a patio and can hold up to the elements.
I adore the mud cloth look of this one, and the black and white pattern would mix well with almost any color palette.
Whimsical stripes and pom-poms make this pouf adorable and friendly.
This very simple pouf with a cute monogram makes for wonderful children's seating.
I think this one would also be a great option for outdoors. The stripe and color combination is so fun.
These poufs are hand-painted canvas. The pastel colors are just stunning, and I would love a big pile of these!
I could see this Union Jack pouf right at home in a teenager's bedroom.
The tight chevron and punchy hue of these ottomans are preppy and sweet, making them perfect for a playspace.Next: 10 Popular Home Design Trends — Timely or Timeless?