Trend Watch: Moroccan Poufs in the Baby's Room

Trend Watch: Moroccan Poufs in the Baby's Room

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Alison Gerber
Sep 22, 2014

They're everywhere! And why shouldn't they be? Moroccan poufs add an incredible pop of color, are comfy to sit on, and handy for Mom to pop her feet up on while feeding. And unlike the crib, they'll only get better (and more use) with age. Interested in investing in one of your own? Read on for the down-low on perfecting the pouf!

If you're planning to use the pouf as a footstool, think about what will complement your rocker. More plush armchair-y type rockers seem to do better with a moroccan pouf than the wood and padding gliders that tend to come with their own matching footstool.

And if you want to really be "on trend", try a white, teal, or metallic pouf as seen above. White seems to work best for really modern looks, go with teal if you're more of a traditional looking for a pop of color against darker wood, and go for metallic if you can't help but be glam.

To see more of the rooms featured above:

1. A Fresh Take on Feminine for Harlan's Nursery

2. Sienna's Graphic Nursery

3. Reed's Soft Starry Space

4. Mac's Gender Neutral Room

5. Dylan's Rustic Meets Modern

6. A Modern, Beachy Nursery

7. Ruby's Gorgeously Glam Nursery

8. Zoe's Room For Self Expression

And to find a pouf of your own, try Serena and Lily, Tazi Designs, Etsy, Overstock, Morocco Gate, From Morocco With Love. Be sure to shop around, and check the size and materials carefully, since they vary greatly in price. And if your budget is extra low, but you're a DIY genius, you could even try making your own, using instructions found here.

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