What should you know about Moroccan leather Poufs?
Morocco has welcomed multiple civilizations, cultures, and religions since it came into existence which includes Arabs, Africans, Spanish, Romans, and Berbers and traded with far and east areas and got inspired from the North African cultures as well. Moroccan leather poufs, the accessory that has keptthe trend going and also is known as Moroccan ottomans in many other parts of the world.
Whenever someone talks about the Moroccan leather poufs, what comes first in your mind? The color and the leather shine of a pouf which is extremely appealing. Moroccan poufs are relatively big cushions which primarily used as a low-seat or as a footstool. They add great comfort wherever they have been placed.
Leather poufs from Morocco are famous because of their plush, exotic, and funky seating option that everybody loves to add to their spaces where wooden chairs don’t do the justice. They complement the Moroccan décor completely with other Moroccan products like Moroccan rugs, Moroccan floor pillows, and furniture. It won’t be wrong if we say that Moroccan hand-stitched leather poufs are the trendiest home décor item in today’s world. It comes with a vintage look that enhances the elegance of any area of your home and ultimately it raises the mood.
How are they made?
Moroccan leather poufs were hand-stitched to décor the Marrakesh gardens by the Moroccan weavers using the traditional methods of weaving using raw natural materials. The dark chocolate color and the natural tan finish together make them an ultimate addition to any space and give them an incredible feel.
Not much, but there are few steps involved in the making of these beautiful vintage look Moroccan leather poufs. Starting from making the leather, coloring and stitching it using silk.
Most probably when you get a Moroccan leather pouf it will be unstuffed due to transportation issues. But no worries, you can have multiple options to stuff your Moroccan poufs with whatever you like. They can be easily stuffed to give you the ultimate comfort by using newspapers, old clothes, fiber small balls, and beans. It all depends on how you would like to have your leather poufs. Just do not overstuff or under stuff your Moroccan leather pouf, or it will get damaged easily.
How to take care of your Moroccan pouf?
Leather is stain resistant, you can easily remove stains and spots by wiping them off using a wet or dry fiber cloth piece. Using polish, scrubbers, brushes, soap and other cleaning chemicals are not recommended for these beautiful Moroccan leather poufs. Whenever you need to wipe off the spills just use water and a clean cloth.
You may spot some imperfections in Moroccan poufs but those are the ones that make the poufs unique and authentic. To seal the dye colors, no chemicals are used. You may also experience a strong leather smell, but don’t worry it can be faded over time as it is mixed with air.