Lime Moroccan leather pouf, $345 at Serena & Lily.
Handmade Moroccan pouf in light green, $285 at John Derian.
Fatboy Point in Dwell Studio fabric, $89 at Design Public.
Zid Zid Kids metallic gold pouf, $79 at Aldea Baby.
Velvet pouf pillow in teal, now $20 at Urban Outfitters.
Fuschia pouf with gold embroidery, $220 at Tazi Designs.
Zid Zid Kids bouncy mini pouf with bird, $77.99 at Oompa.
Zid Zid Kids bouncy mini pouf with could, $77.99 at Oompa.
Bright green knitted pouf, $79.95 at CB2.
Patchwork leather pouf, $94.99 at eBay.
Metallic turquoise leather pouf, $52.99 at eBay.
Flocks medium knitted pouf, now $680 at DWR.
Assorted poufs at Portobello Road.
Poufik No. 20, $30 by EvaForeva on Etsy.
Wicker hourglass ottoman , $129 at Crate & Barrel.
Felted wool stones, $298 – $595 at VivaTerra.
Missoni Home Aeonium pouf, $1,205 at AllModern.com
Patagonian sheepskin pouf bean bag, $2,200 at YLighting.
Wire poufs/stools/side tables at Decorati.
Shaggy wool poufs, $195 at Modern Dose.
Red & white leather pouf, $62.99 at eBay.
Blue Moroccan leather pouf, $78 at eCrater.
Missoni Home Tulipani cylindrical pouf, $335 at AllModern.com
Round rattan pouf, now $49.98 at Pier1.
Sheepskin pouf, $299 at West Elm.
Moroccan Dhurrie pouf, now $199 at West Elm.
Rattan fat stool, now $49.98 at Pier1.
Lana wool laser-cut flower ottoman, $395 at Modern Dose.
Christien Meindertsma large Flocks pouf, $4,080 at Nova68.
Roost Agadir poufs, $143 at Velocity Art & Design.
Ernest pouf by Donna Wilson for SCP, $542 at The Future Perfect.
Alseda stool, $29.99 at IKEA.
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9 thoughts on “Get the Look: 31 Poufs”
Hi. Just discovered your lovely site via Habitually Chic. We are on the same wavelength here…poufs…so fun and fabulous!
I never really paid attention how many different Poufs are available but need to say the collection you have listed in this post is just terrific.
Gotta think about if I should add Poufs to the inventory of my shop. Thanks for this post.
Love this post & the earlier one with the pouf in situ.
Emma post drew me in… Blog is looking great Marni, I’m going to see if there are any poufs that are postworthy @ NYIGF…
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