Moroccan Poufs in Interior design

Moroccan poufs have always seduced by their design originality, their embroidery, their shapes and their colors. The profusion of creations and the abundance of workshops related to the leather craftship, especially decoration workshops, offer a wide range of original Moroccan handicrafts capable of flattering any interior.

Whether in a traditional or contemporary living room, ottomans and handmade poufs add authenticity, tradition and nobility to any kind of House decoration.

In most cases, Moroccan poufs are made from hand-tanned lamb or goat leather in Marrakech or Fez. The leather is resistant and rough to offer a comfortable seat to place next to your coffee table in a bohemian salon where leather poufs and kilim pillows will give a typical bohemian atmosphere.

Decorating a shady garden or terrace with moroccan poufs to eat in a comfortable, chic and  bohemian atmosphere where tradition meets modernity is a practice present in many hotels and riads in Morocco.

 

The world of decoration has greatly benefited from the know-how and dexterity of Moroccan craftsmen.

Moroccan poufs were originally created as a seating to meet a utilitarian need before becoming true decorative furnishing. The poufs are embellished with embroidery and geometric or floral motifs, they are sewn by hand thanks to the authentic mastery of Moroccan craftsmanship.

Moroccan leather poufs and footstools impress with their curves, their fluidity and the art of craftsmen to imbue a space with a typical Moroccan atmosphere. Round, rectangular or cubic shapes, they adorn beautifully, living rooms, terraces, and even bedrooms with their shimmering colors that adapt to any type of interior decoration.

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