Natural wood plays an important part in this open, welcoming living space. The sleek entertainment center houses the flatscreen TV and media components, while neutral floor poufs act as decor and extra seating.
A family game room gets a sophisticated update with wainscoting, wood beams and a reading nook. Bright pillows and striped floor poufs add color and comfort. The chalkboard wall makes it easy to keep score.
French doors lead out to a porch from this sweet and simple bedroom. Blue and white patterned floor poufs and a diamond patterned chair bring in some color to the neutral space. Puddling curtains and a cream throw feel romantic.
A cozy white sectional pairs with a sleek gray coffee table and neutral floor poufs to create a comfortable space for friends and family to relax. A textured gray rug grounds the space, while exposed wood beams bring in a rustic vibe overhead.
Vaulted exposed wood beams are paired with three massive pendant lights to bring the 17-foot-high ceilings down and create a cozier environment. Simple yet comfortable furniture surrounds an oversized gray coffee table, while neutral floor poufs provide extra seating when needed.
At first glance, the elements of this eclectic sitting room don't appear to relate, but the chocolate tones of the artwork, wood furniture, rug and floor poufs and metallic details of the chair, console table and sconce help tie the design together.
Whitewashed exposed wood beams give this living room a lofty, airy feel. Two sofas create the look of a sectional, but with more versatility. Floor poufs sit in front of the white brick fireplace to be used as extra seating or a foot rest.
Comfortable furniture, from the cozy sectional and Barcelona chair to the floor poufs and stools, combine to create a hangout spot for family, kids and friends. Three massive pendant lights from Noir pull the space together, while drawing the eye upward toward the gorgeous woodwork.
The round dining table acts as an extension of the living room. The design utilizes floor poufs and wooden blocks that double as extra seating. A large globe chandelier hangs over the custom walnut coffee table. Fresh greenery adds pops of vibrant color against the neutral tones of the room. Modern elements paired with a timeless, classic frame creates a beautifully inspiring place.
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.
Color pops in the accessories in this girls bedroom. Black and white wallpaper with a polka dot and feather-like print adds pattern to the space. A bubblegum pink rug grounds the floor space, with two chartreuse poufs that can be used for seating.
“It seems counterintuitive, but color and pattern chaos in my office motivates me,” says Sonal, who designs textiles. That explains the eclectic combination of woven baskets on the wall and layered rugs on the floor. The desk, with pyramid legs and a sleek glass top, has big-time presence. Adding to the glam mishmash: orange poufs from Surya, a blue-and-white ikat chair from Anthropologie, and curtains made with indigo-dyed fabric by Lewis & Sheron Textiles.