Floor Pouf Round Up

Some of you "function hounds" may roll your eyes at the idea of a pouf - seeing it as an  extraneous accessory- but I'm here to tell you they are actually HIGHLY functional and versatile- they can act as an end table, coffee table, footstool, or provide extra seating. They're also a great way to add personality, texture and color to your space as well! Check out my top picks below for all budgets! 

 

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Image via SFGirlByBay

Sun Soul Style Pouf Roundup
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Image via Amber Interiors

Sun Soul Style Floor Pouf Roundup

Top Row (left to right):   // IKEA ALSEDA stool $29.99 // Jihane White Leather Pouf $89.85 (note this does not come stuffed) // CB2 Wool Wrap Pouf $129

Second Row: El Ramla Hamra Moroccan Pouf $160 // One Kings Lane Sasha Pouf $199 //  Cost Plus World Market Metallic Embroidered Leather Pouf $149

Third Row: One Kings Lane Moroccan Leather Pouf $199 // Anthropologie Moroccan Wedding Pouf $298 // El Ramla Hamra Moroccan Pouf $160 // Urban Outfitters Boho Patterned Ottoman $179 /

Fourth Row: One Kings Lane Vintage Moroccan Beni Ourain Pouf $699 // Anthropologie Metallic Patchwork Hide Pouf $298 //  Maven collection Baton Pouf $310 

Moroccan Rug Round Up

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I'm sure you've seen them all over Pinterest as of late but in case you haven't noticed, Moroccan rugs have made a huge comeback in the last few years. Quick history lesson: what most call the "black and white diamond" rugs are actually born from the "Beni Ourain" rugs - these rugs originally came from the mountains of Morocco - women would weave them as a method of cover during the cold winter months - literally creating a thick fur blanket. Traditionally, the patterns on the rugs would reflect major life events such as births, weddings, fertility, femininity or religious beliefs. These rugs aren't news to the design world though - they were praised by the early modernists such as Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Charles and Ray Eames for their luxurious minimalist designs and primitivist nature. 

 

Berber Rug in Frank Lloyd Wright Home

Berber Rug in Frank Lloyd Wright Home

 

 

The more colorful iteration of these rugs- Azilal - are woven in the Azilal mountanous region of Moroco. 

Since the re-emergence of these rugs in the past few years with the revival of mid-century modern and bohemian decor of the 60s, many retailers are making their own iterations of this Moroccan classic. Which is great news for all of us because these babies are NOT cheap - depending on the size they can run from $1-$10k.  I love a good wool rug in any home - they compliment with midcentury, warm up a super modern space,  and are a great way to pair modern and more traditional elements a la the Parisians. Check out my Moroccan-style rug picks (at all price points!) below: 

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Sun Soul Style Moroccan Rug Roundup

 

Row 1 (left to right) Target Aztec Fleece Area Rug $75-$206  // One Kings Lane "Wilton" Rug $119-$939 // Target Threshold Kenya Fleece Rug $29-$150// Nuloom Bridgette Shaggy Rug $329-$879 

Row 2 (left to right) Loloi Fable Rug in Indigo  $459-$1649 // One Kings Lane Janie Rug $149-$1599 // CB2 Berber Rug $359-$719 // West Elm Charm Wool Rug $159-$1063 

Row 3 (left to right) West Elm Kasbah Wool Rug $159-$1063 // Rock the Camel Azilal No. 29 $640 // Anthropologie Double Diamond Rug $128 - $1998 // Loom and Field Vintage Moroccan Ourika Rug $695

Row 4 (left to right) Rock the Camel Beni Ourain No. 309 $1200 // Zine Interiors Moroccan Rug $1949 // Sunny Home Story 45 Year Old Moroccan Rug $2500 // El Ramla Hamra 60 Year Old Beni Ourain Rug $2500