Set of 6 Moroccan poufs

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Product Description: Set of 6 Moroccan poufs

Create a touch of traditional Morocco in your home with our exceptional range of beautifully handmade and embroidered leather pouffes. Great for additional seating or as a footstool, each pouffe has been hand stitched in Marrakech. Durable and attractive, they can often take an entire week to make. Available in a range of vibrant or natural tones, you are sure to find an authentic leather pouffe in our selection to compliment your room. To be filled with polystyrene balls for an optimum comfort. Set of 6 Moroccan pouffes at a price of 5. Free choice of colors. Just leave us a message in the comments zone accompanying the order to specify the chosen colors. 28x50 cm

Our Brand Purpose...

Babouche-Maroc is number 1 for slippers and Moroccan handcrafted products online around the world. Creator and fair trader for more than 25 years, our raison d etre is to give meaning to your purchases. For a long time, we have bet on fair trade, because we know that our customers are increasingly looking for authentic, handmade products that respect the environment.

Thanks to our passion for craftsmanship and manual work, we offer you quality leather slippers, hand-woven rugs in virgin wool or even Moroccan decoration products with unparalleled finishes. Our commitment to the cause of fair trade and craftsmanship is recognized by our customers all over the world.

For our leather slippers, we use genuine, quality leathers that we cut and sew by hand. The same manual manufacturing method is used for leather poufs. Regarding our Berber carpets and other wool products, we use virgin sheep wool, from the Atlas Mountains which we color if necessary using natural shades of vegetable origin.