Give an oriental decorative touch to your interior with our range of Moroccan poufs in leather or kilim, made by hand. Your Moroccan pouf is available in a range of natural or colorful tones, you are sure to find the authentic Moroccan leather pouffe in our selection, to complement your bedroom or living space.
All over the world, the demand for these Moroccan poufs continues to grow. We are regularly contacted by interior designers, who wish to introduce Moroccan poufs and ottomans in their range of decorative products, and it is very successful.
Beyond their decorative function, Moroccan poufs can also be used as extra seats, as a coffee table, to be completed with a Moroccan tray, as a footrest, or as pieces of furniture in a child's room. Children love Moroccan poufs!
Unlike many poufs that you can find on the market, our Moroccan poufs are made entirely of good quality leather. And for your comfort, this leather is specially treated to eliminate all tanning odors. Our Moroccan poufs are also treated, with a vegetable oil, to keep their shine for a very long time, but that will certainly not prevent you from following our leather care tips for Moroccan poufs and ottomans below: leather is a living material, the better you maintain it, the more and better it will live.
We deliver empty or filled Moroccan poufs in Europe at your convenience. Outside of Europe, we deliver them empty to optimize shipping costs. The moroccan pouf can be padded according to the comfort, either with polystyrene beads sold in DIY superstores, black cotton, or more simply using old clothes.
For the maintenance of the leather of your Moroccan poufs, you don't really need to spend a fortune on cleaning products. There are very simple tips for the maintenance of Moroccan leather poufs. Here are two that will certainly make your life easier:
The shine of Moroccan leather really comes out by applying a light coating of vegetable oil with a clean, dry cloth. The application should be done in vigorous circular motions. It is the heat of this friction that helps to better nourish the leather, so that it gives all its shine. Also remember to clean the leather with a dry cloth before applying vegetable oil.
There are a multitude of nourishing milks for leather. You'll have plenty of choice. Nourishing milk is essential so that your leathers keep their shine and do not crack over time. As they say, leather is a living material and needs to be fed regularly. Note that you can also use cleansing milk, if you do not have special leather milk on hand. It will do just as well.