- 3 280,49 zł
- 3 280,49 zł
- 837,40 zł
We can do for you Pouf Art Deco 40 x 40 x 45 cm more, we can personalize it according to your requirements.
- 808,13 zł
We can do for you Pouf Art Deco Fringed 36 x 36 x 38 cm more, we can personalize it according to your requirements.
- 969,11 zł
We can do for you Pouf Nuevo 55 x 55 x 35 cm more, we can personalize it according to your requirements.
- 6 305,69 zł
We can do for you pouf Maxwell more, we can personalize it according to your requirements.
- 676,42 zł
We can do for you Pouf round Norway Flirt 65 cm more, we can personalize it according to your requirements.
- 1 693,50 zł
We can do for you Pouf Marrakech 40 cm more, we can personalize it according to your requirements.
- 1 693,50 zł
We can do for you Pouf Marrakech 50 cm more, we can personalize it according to your requirements.
- 963,41 zł
We can do for you Pouf Noche 35 x 35 x 42 cm more, we can personalize it according to your requirements.
- 3 028,46 zł
Small, large, square, round: a pouffe enriches the style of living room furnishings with games of shapes, colors and materials. The pouffe can be combined with other accessories in your home, creating a continuity in the style of the furnishings, or it can be contextualized in such a way as to compose chromatic and material contrasts with the design of sofas and armchairs. Modern pouffes are colorful spots that catch the eye and are increasingly replacing oversized seats. From models upholstered in fabric with strong tones and textures, to products in solid colors, poufs are a space-saving solution that allows you to furnish a small living area without sacrificing comfort.
Pouf from its origins to the present day.
Pouf is a piece of furniture that was born in the East, where it was initially used as a luxury accessory in the homes of the richest and richest families. It was usually made of leather or leather and was lined with various types of fabrics and rags. The first appearance of this object in Europe seems to date back to the French courts in the nineteenth century, it seems that the word "pouffe" comes from the specific hairstyles that contemporary fashion imposed on noblewomen. The term can also be derived from the onomatopoeic puff, which would be nothing more than the sound of an object deflating and lying on itself. Over time, the design of the pouffe has evolved from a simple addition to a characteristic element of both classic and modern furniture, a real must have that cannot be missing in your home, regardless of style.
Pouf: a winning combination of colors, materials and shapes
To buy a pouf, in addition to thinking about the design of the model, it is important to evaluate the shape, material and size in order to be able to choose which one will be most suitable for your living room. The most classic models are those with the most regular shapes, so you can choose a comfortable round pouffe, perfect for connecting with a sofa or armchair, as a footstool, or opt for square pouffes to connect with each other in geometric compositions that will enrich the space of your home. Everyone knows the most informal sack pouffes, over time they become true style icons, are made of materials and patterns in many different ways, and microspheres in polystyrene are commonly used to line them. Just choose the color of your choice to add a touch of design to your rooms.
Space-saving beauty and a pouffe with many functions
Poufs have many uses and can be managed according to your furniture needs. For example, a storage pouf can be used to save space in a small living room. The purchase of this type of furniture product means obtaining, with the minimum space, a versatile and versatile object that will furnish you without taking up too much space. The container for a pouffe, in addition to the standard functions of the seat and the support surface for legs and feet, has a convenient storage for magazines, items and equipment that otherwise would not find a suitable space in the house. If you are used to guests at home and you need a bed that does not constantly clutter your space, but can instead appear as needed, you will find the perfect solution by choosing from the many pouffe configurations. In fact, they have the special feature of being able to convert from comfortable footrests - or seats - into occasional beds in minutes that can be used at any time. As a result, they can be safely used both in the living and sleeping areas of your home.
Cleaning and maintenance of pouffes
Apart from the purely aesthetic qualities of the pouffes, there are other important aspects to consider, one one of them is certainly the care of this comfortable piece of furniture. When faced with a fabric pouf, not a leather one, it's important to understand how to keep these surfaces clean at all times. The most practical solution is certainly to choose a pouffe with a removable lining, in this case it is enough to remove the cover and follow the instructions for washing the material, usually given when purchasing the item. However, if your pouf does not have this feature, don't worry, there are actually different cleaning methods you can apply depending on the material you choose. For example, if you bought a cotton covered pouf, you can spread sodium bicarbonate on the soiled surface and after leaving it in place for at least 15 minutes you will have to remove excess dust and brush vigorously with the Brush cloth. Another remedial measure might be to spray the stain with water, then apply a little Marseille soap, let it sit for 15 minutes, and then let it dry after removing the excess soap with a sponge. If the pouf is covered with leather, it is enough to apply a damp cloth directly to the stained surface. In the case of deeper and more difficult to remove dirt, various sprays or dry products for the maintenance of this specific type of material are available on the market. In general, however, it is advisable to always refer to the labels usually affixed with the coating, here are the composition of the material, useful maintenance tips and all instructions for cleaning the surface.