Framed family photos hang behind the couch and leather armchair, creating a gallery wall. A polished nickel floor lamp with a drum shade adds sophistication to the space. The diamond patterned floor pouf serves as a foot rest or stool.
Floor poufs are a low-price way to add seating without investing in larger pieces of furniture, such as a sofa or chaise, say Gabriela Eisenhart and Holly Conlan with Wake + Loom Design. While you can find outdoor poufs for less than $50, you also can make your own fabric pouf ottoman in a pattern and palette that you prefer. Also, a garden stool is a versatile item that can serve as extra seating or a side table.
Wood furnishings and floor serve as a grounded neutral backdrop for colorful accents in this midcentury modern living room. Particularly bright and eye-catching are the yellow floor lamp and red crocheted pouf.
A soft gray platform bed is dressed a a chevron bedspread and Ikat pillow, bringing pattern and texture to the space. Natural wood is used for the ceiling, floors and walls, while one floor-to-ceiling glass wall provides beautiful views of the natural surroundings.
A custom chrome and maple dining table is perfectly sized for this compact, modern dining space. The pale wood tabletop blends seamlessly with the hardwood floors and nude drapes to create an unruffled atmosphere.
The goal of this home makeover was to update, lighten and make a more useable space for the family who live here. In this living room, light red brick pairs handsomely with white shelving and a pale wood floor.
A fluffy pouf and chandelier’s round globes are fun-loving features in an urban Atlanta condo designed by Wake + Loom. The living room also has a leather couch, criss-cross floor lamp, a geometric rug and container plants.
Everything about this serene neutral nursery promises happy days and restful nights for both mother and baby, from the vintage-inspired iron crib and the lamb print and rocker to the comfy chair and pouf and the soft, furry rug on the floor.
An Eames chair and a low-slung chaise cozy up to the built-in bookcase in the library. Layered rugs and a chevron pouf soften the floor for extra reading room, while a ladder helps you grab those hard-to-reach books.
A floating desk and acrylic chair in this bedroom play into the home's design concept of weightlessness and optical illusion. Topsy-turvy mirrors, an abstract pendant light and a richly textured woven pouf break up the strong lines in the modern space. Small pops of color and bamboo floors add warmth to the otherwise cool, white room.