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When stored beneath a console table or set of floating shelves, pouf ottomans add a pop of color and stay out of the way until extra seating or table space is needed.
In a nursery, a pouf can become a side table or foot rest for long nights spent rocking the baby.
Pull a pair of poufs up to the coffee table for a casual seating alternative.
Use poufs at the end of the bed in a kids' or grownups' room in place of a bench or trunk. Or try using a sturdy one (not a soft, squishy one) in place of a nightstand.
For little ones, poufs can double as chairs at a kiddie table in a playroom.

Multifunctional and versatile, pouf ottomans are 
everywhere these days. It's no wonder why, since they can work in almost any room in your home! Though usually defined as soft, round ottomans, poufs can also be square. They can be upholstered in fabrics, such as velvet, leather, and burlap, for a look that fits any style. If you’re seeking a statement piece, nailhead trim, stitching details, or tufting ups the chic factor. We show you nine ways to use pouf ottomans in every room, from the entryway to the bedroom and everywhere in between.

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