About the moroccan leather Poufs
Origin of Moroccan poufs
"Pouf or ottoman is a big cushion which is used as a footstool or low seat. In modern era poufs are the seats made up of beads to provide comfort. Moroccan poufs are also referred to as ottomans and are created with beautiful leather and embroidery. North African nation of Morocco holds first place in hosting a vast range of civilizations, religions and cultures. Moroccan-style décor, design and architecture are vibrant, rich, varied and inspirational. It has borrowed a dazzling design element from different cultures. Moroccan poufs culture was transferred from indigenous Berbers to Arabs, Romans, Spanish and Sub-Saharan Africa
Moroccan poufs as home décor
Moroccan poufs can be seen everywhere for being practical, electrical and statement-making. Besides decorating the place, funky, plush seats showcase a beautiful seating idea. Moroccan poufs looks are loved even if they match or don’t match the furniture, area rugs and other accessories. These gorgeous poufs are made of original leather and handsewn with fantastic talent and detail. More like the textiles and vibrant rugs which bulge out of Morocco, these Moroccan poufs are also named as ottomans, for being well-made with fulgent detail.
Moroccan poufs can be easily found in a broad spectrum of colors, from aqua to royal blue and everything in between. Handmade versions are masterpieces of art, and no two poufs look alike. Poufs can be used as tables, seating, footstools and accents. As a fillip, they can be placed under a table or in the corner of the room when not in use. Poufs especially feel great in bohemian spaces. Rooms with a blend of different textures, patterns and styles are the ideal backgrounds for some colorful poufs.
With them, additional seating alternatives are added in the room without forming clutter. In modern room fixtures and angular furniture can be softened with a well-posed pouf. A dark leather pouf can be carried in the car for souvenir hunting and time spent travelling. When it is about finding the best pouf, nothing can beat the bona fide pieces from Morocco, though they are costly and difficult to find, they hold the arbitrary standard.
How are Moroccan poufs made?
Moroccan poufs are handmade for Marrakesh Gardens by exclusively talented craftsmen in Morocco. Animal hides are cured in Morocco by tanneries with the help of centuries-old natural and traditional methods and raw ingredients. Our ottomans poufs are amazingly popular, and their dark chocolate finish with the natural tan makes them incredible. How do we stuff our poufs? Our poufs can be stuffed with different materials by the type of weight and feel you are looking for. Here is the detail of filling you can use;
1. You can stuff the poufs with upholstery filling like lofted wadding, flock, Dacron, coconut fibers and polyester fiber filling.
2. Polystyrene filling can be used in poufs for a bean-bag, light feeling. Linen use is recommended to line the interior of the pouf.
3. For a lighter but firmer feel, rubber/foam filling can beused.
4. If you want them to be lighter; unused clothes, plastic bags, old bed sheets, towels and newspapers can also be used as poufs fillings.
Dimension in every handmade Ottoman vary, and it also varies how heavy or compact client wants it to be. We here offer you Moroccan leather ottomans, Moroccan leather poufs, suede leather poufs and other varieties of custom bohemian seating. Our leather ottomans and leather poufs are handmade with natural leather sewn together and decorated with exquisites on the top. We deliver pre-stuffed ottomans with recycled fabric and thread to render sturdiness and comfort. Our tan leather is the bestselling item. People purchase Moroccan poufs to add a cozy element to their living room. A zipper is held throughout the bottom of ottoman. Client can fill the poufs with the filling they usually use for their pillows.
How should you take care of Moroccan poufs?
Small tribes in Morocco made authentic leather poufs with pure leather. The leather is valued for being resistant to stains and spots and spills can be easily removed with the help of a slightly damp or clean dry cloth. You should never use polishes, soaps and other cleaning products to clean them. Just use a little water and a clean cloth for cleaning. The leather is natural stuff, some imperfections and flaws are the attributes of these kinds of stuff and processes. Its only purpose is to add uniqueness and beauty to each pouf. No chemical is employed while sealing the leather in dye, the strong smell of leather is because of its raw ingredients. This smell can be faded by placing the poufs in open air for a while.
Types of Moroccan poufs
• Graham and Green Moroccan Leather Pouf
These Moroccan poufs are made with hand-dyed leather and embroidered with exquisites. They’re hand-sewn in Marrakech