Add a pop of colour to your space with this beautiful Moroccan Pouffe in Fuchsia! An exotic, luxurious design, these beautiful pouffes are handmade in Morocco.
Use them as additional seating, foot stool or even side table in your living room or bedroom. Used in a pair or on their own, these poufs are even great for a nursery!
Our pouffes are hand-made by talented craftsman in Morocco, many hours is spent in the stitching and embroidery detailing of these pieces. The leather is a high-quality Moroccan goat leather, please note the leather is hand-made and painted, it is as processed and refined as other leather products you may find, making this a natural and authentic piece for your home. Slight impfections and variations may exsting in the leather due as it is a natural and hand-made product.
Please note: The star shaped embriodered motif may vary slightly from the image provided. All poufs have a circular motif in a star shape, although the style of the motif can change depending on the individual craftsman.
All pouffes are supplied unfilled, please see filling instructions below.
Dimensions: Approx 50cm diameter x 33cm (when filled)
This product is dispatched within 1 business day while in stock in Australia or can be pre-ordered for delivery within approximately 2-4 weeks.
Enjoy FREE Shipping Australia-wide on all Moroccan Leather Pouffes.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I fill my Moroccan Pouffe?
Moroccan Pouffes can be filled with just about anything, although for the best results fill your pouffe with either:
1. Bean bag balls
2. Polyester fibre stuffing (the material you will find inside a cushion insert)
Method 1 : Bean Bag Balls
The materials you will need are styrofoam bean bag balls, you can purchase these from Kmart, Big W or Target. You will be using approx. half - three quarters of a bag of styrofoam balls per pouffe. We also recommend using a polyester cushion insert or a piece of foam to add extra firmness to your pouffe.
1.For easy filling (and cleaning up) place your pouffe in a bath or large through. Unzip your pouffe, and place the cushion insert or foam in first.
2.Then fill your pouffe with stryofoam balls. Cut the corner of the bag of styrofoam balls and pour into the pouffe. Keep filling your pouf until you think you cannot fit any more.
3.Close the zipper of the pouffe half-way and continue to fill with Styrofoam balls until the pouffe is completely filled and firm.
Method 2: Polyester Fibre Stuffing
If you have access to polyester fibre stuffing, fill your pouffe completely with this material. You will require a large amount of polyester fibre to fill your pouf until firm.
Now enjoy your beautiful hand-made Moroccan Pouffe!