Of course we sell rugs, but we’re also purveyors of poufs! Rugs and poufs make perfect companions, complementing each other and adding extra panache to every room and floor they occupy. Curious about bringing poufs into your place—and finding the right rugs to go with them? Keep reading to discover how to decorate with poufs.
How to Decorate with Poufs
Make it a Pair
Want to complete a sitting area in your living room? Add two poufs side-by-side into the mix! This is an especially smart move in small spaces that don’t have room to accommodate two full-size chairs.
Rug pairing tip: The look above is proof that all white isn’t boring! If you’re pairing poufs and rugs in similar hues, be sure they each have different textures to keep things interesting and prevent the pouf from blending into the rug.
Create Hidden Seating
One thing we love so much about poufs is that they’re easy to tuck away under tables or shelves when not in use. All you have to do is slide yours out when you have guests over and need an extra spot to sit, or when you want to kick back and put your feet up!
Create a Petite Table Setup
Want to mix up your side table situation? Add a tray on top of your pouf, and voilà—a fresh new look! Note that this works best on poufs with flatter tops—so keep that in mind when setting vases, drinks, and other spill-able things on them!
Rug pairing tip: The boho nature of poufs mean they’re perfect for pairing with Moroccan rugs! Try out a chic shag style for an extra-cozy touch.
Cozy Up a Kid’s Room
Poufs in a kid’s room? Yes please! They’re a great addition to nurseries, bedrooms, and playrooms and are perfect for playtime on the floor, reading before bed, and so much more.
Rug pairing tip: How amazing does this jute woven pouf look with the traditional rug? Try out the duo for yourself to bring a chic contrast to any space!
Bring it to the Great Outdoors
When you’re entertaining outdoors and need additional seating, grab a pouf from inside for a quick and easy solution! Just be sure to bring it back inside if it’s not weather-proof so it stays in good shape and doesn’t get mildew.
Rug pairing tip: Whether you choose an all-weather pouf or not, definitely be sure to roll out a proper outdoor rug in your outdoor space—which are specially crafted to resist fading, mildew, and other elements.