Pouf! 6 Instant Extra Seating Ideas

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February 11, 2013
Not to be mistaken for its sister, the stool, poufs come completely covered in cloth with no visible legs. Click through the slideshow to find six purveyors of cushioned comfort fit for all.
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  These hand-stuffed poufs designed by UK-based designer Donna Wilson for SCP are made with 100% recycled fibers and come in three different sizes.

    These hand-stuffed poufs designed by UK-based designer Donna Wilson for SCP are made with 100% recycled fibers and come in three different sizes.

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  Inspired by a birch tree's trunk, designer Lena Bergstrom created these textured cotton-and-wool Björk Poufs for Design House Stockholm. Available in Dark and Light Gray.

    Inspired by a birch tree's trunk, designer Lena Bergstrom created these textured cotton-and-wool Björk Poufs for Design House Stockholm. Available in Dark and Light Gray.

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  The Cube Island Seating Unit was designed by Kaori Shiina for Italian furniture company Bonaldo. Can be upholstered in either skay, fabric, or leather with a wide variety of colors and is available in two sizes.

    The Cube Island Seating Unit was designed by Kaori Shiina for Italian furniture company Bonaldo. Can be upholstered in either skay, fabric, or leather with a wide variety of colors and is available in two sizes.

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  Each Bommel (also known as Pompon) Pouf by German designer MYK is hand-crafted and is comprised of 750 colorful pompoms.

    Each Bommel (also known as Pompon) Pouf by German designer MYK is hand-crafted and is comprised of 750 colorful pompoms.

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  The hexagonal black and gray Zig Zag pouf is designed by Emiliana Design Studio for Kettal. Its structure is painted with polyester powder and has a braided exterior cord.

    The hexagonal black and gray Zig Zag pouf is designed by Emiliana Design Studio for Kettal. Its structure is painted with polyester powder and has a braided exterior cord.

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  The colorful, chunky virgin wool Mangas Pouff MP2 designed by Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola was inspired by the look of hand-woven sweaters.

    The colorful, chunky virgin wool Mangas Pouff MP2 designed by Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola was inspired by the look of hand-woven sweaters.

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