The ever-lasting appeal of fur never diminishes, and we are in love with these luxury fur poufs.
Comfortable, squishable and gorgeous, there’s nothing like the feel and look of a furry pouf for giving you that level of cozy. Perfect for any interior, from modern chic to country dwelling, the fur pouf is king (or queen) of glorious style and good taste.
All our fur poufs have been tried and tested, and then tried again – we love these that much! We check for a number of things, including:
- Quality – the fur must be well … furry and the pouf as well made as possible
- Comfort – the comfort offered must be of the highest level
- Support – the amount of stuffing must provide the ultimate level of support
- Ethically sourced – the components must be ethically sourced
- Value for money – the poufs must give customers superior value for their money
These points are as important to us as they are to you, so enjoy browsing through our top fur poufs of Nov 2020:
Saro Lifestyle is focused on offering products that add more class to homes with traditional textiles and amazing designs that perfectly fit your lifestyle. This Mongolian lamb fur pouf from Saro Lifestyle is one of their most sought-after products, providing seating in your space with its soft and shaggy wool covering that is definitely 100% wool that is spot clean. You do need to avoid direct exposure to sunlight, but that should not be much of a problem if it is kept indoors anyway. You can turn it into an impromptu coffee table, work table, or side table at your convenience.
Nothing adds a warm aura to a living space quite like a nice fur pouf. This faux fur pouf from HomePop is exactly what you can expect. It is made with faux fur consisting of 80% acrylic 20% polyester, letting it withstand up to 250 pounds. Weighing in at a total of just under 12 pounds, it is easy to carry and move around. This white faux fur pouf ottoman can serve as a cozy accent to any room and can be used as a chair or footrest to lighten the mood and promote a relaxing atmosphere in any room. It is timelessly stylish, with its design being inspired by classic patterns and traditional designs.
$74.99 in stock
1 used from $57.68
This faux fur ottoman pouf from Comfortland is handmade with high quality faux leather that is durable enough to withstand long term use and is easy to clean and maintain. It comes unstuffed, which allows you to use it for storing soft things like blankets, sweaters, pillows, winter clothes, plush toys, and so on. That makes it very functional, and it happens to be quite stylish as well. You can also fold it away when it is not in use, making it a space saver even when it is not in use. But if you do wish to use it, you can use it as a footrest, a bean bag chair, and decor for your living room or bedroom.
This faux fur cylinder pouf from Metje is a nice addition to your living space as a light yet firm footrest, plush chair, or impromptu table. It is covered in faux fur fabric with a grippy bottom and polystyrene bead filling that is sewn closed and can be spot cleaned. The faux fur is made from 100% acrylic in the USA, so you can be guaranteed of its quality. It is 17 inches all around, which makes it small enough to be put in tight spaces. However, this pouf is best out in the open in the middle of your living room, bedroom, or recreational area. Its clean white color and soft fur can brighten up any room in your house or office space.
Your fur pouf of choice does not need to just occupy space, but also offer its own space for storage. This Plush Toy Storage Solution from MiniOwls is an elegant Mongolian faux fur storage organizer that lets you stylishly cut your clutter down and have a really nice plush chair to boot. This soft white furry pouf has a lot of storage space inside, letting you put away things like soft toys, throw pillows, blankets, costumes, seasonal clothing, and many more while also brightening any room it is in. That makes it incredibly stylish while also being functional at the same time.
$59.99 in stock
What are poufs used for?
Poufs can be used as extra seating, or for you to put your feet up on and relax.
What is the difference between a pouf and an ottoman?
Ottomans often have legs and are firmer, while poufs are generally made of fabric and stuffing and sit straight on the floor.
Where does the pouf go in a living room?
Depending on its purpose, you can position it within reach of your sofa to be used as a footstool, or tucked away ready for when it is needed as an extra seat.
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