My favorites are the square ones, they are much taller than the round ones and seem like you could actually use them for more than putting your feet up on. Side table, extra seating, two side by side in place of a coffee table, etc.
Viva Terra Striped Jute Pouf $89
Viva Terra Patchwork Kilim Pouf $189
Calypso St. Barth Kuba Jaipuri Pouf $425
Serena and Lily Whipstitch Poufs $148
However, even the reasonably priced ones are too expensive for me, yes I am that
After Christmas last year I was shopping the clearance aisle at Ross and found a square bean bag pouf for $6.99. The color was off and I hated the fabric but it was an easy fix so I scooped it up. This week I finally got around to making a cover for it.
Here is Phin doing his best Vanna White impression.
I went back and forth for a few days about what fabric to use. I wanted to be able to move the pouf all over the house if need be, so it had to be something that would work well in any room. I almost went with a rust colored velvet but at the last minute decided on this black and white stripe.
I cut out six 20 inch squares, lined them up so the stripes contrasted and started sewing. No pinning, no ironing.
And here is how it turned out.
I LOVE the way it turned out!
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