Give your home an exotic feel by using Moroccan pouffes in your decor

Posted May 25, 2013 by tedmark

Morocco is a beautiful country, with both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines, boasting a vibrant people, culture and history.

Morocco is a beautiful country, with both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines, boasting a vibrant people, culture and history. It’s no wonder, then, to find that Morocco draws in millions of tourists every year, despite enduring political unrest. You can love the Moroccan culture and its trappings without ever visiting the place, though at least one visit is recommended. But, even if you haven’t yet been, you can still immerse yourself in Moroccan culture by using decorating accessories like Moroccan pouffes. Keep reading to learn more about the Moroccan pouffe and how you can integrate it into your home decorations seamlessly.

Moroccan pouffes are also named poufs and ottomans. They have a double purpose, and can be used either as seating options or foot stools. Traditionally the Moroccan pouffe is crafter from leather, and this is why you shouldn’t expect to find vintage Moroccan pouffes in any other colors excepting black, browns and beige, as these are the natural colors of leather. Modern Moroccan pouffes are now made from a range of materials, though natural leather remains the most popular, and they are made in every color shade and color combination imaginable.

Don’t worry, because you won’t have to spend a fortune—unless you want to, of course—to purchase an authentic Moroccan pouffe. You can find them online ranging from under $100 to $500 and more. It’s your choice how much you want to spend on a Moroccan pouffe, but you should know the most beautiful, hand-beaded ones will cost more. The handmade detailing work is definitely worth the price increase, though, so it’s worth your consideration.

If you’re visiting Morocco you’ll find a wide range of pouffes being sold everywhere, The styles and designs do differ from area to area, but they are all beautiful and carefully-crafted. While on holiday, bask in all the wonders you see, but think twice before buying heavy or bulky furniture items. If you see something you truly love, then ask the seller if he has an online store, or get his details to arrange for a remote sale with shipping. Considering how airlines have been raising their prices for excessive luggage weight, you don’t want to pay your Moroccan pouffe’s weight in airport fees when trying to check in a large, stuffed pouffe. Better enjoy your holiday, spend your budget on presents for your loved ones and on making memories while you’re there, and leave your furniture shopping for home.

Once you’re home, though, you can have a grand time shopping for Moroccan pouffes online. You can choose out your colors more carefully to match or complement the colors you’ve used in your home décor, so that the pouffes become decorative pieces as well. They can be great conversation starters during a party, so if you entertain a lot, go for one of the handmade beaded pouffes for a wow effect.

If you love the look of Moroccan culture, furniture and decorations, think about buying a Moroccan Moroccan pouffe for your home, or as a gift. If you proceed with care, you’ll find a number of trustworthy online businesses commercializing Moroccan Moroccan pouffes so you’re free to have your pick.
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Last Updated May 25, 2013