What is round and puffy and doubles as a foot rest, pet bed, floor cushion, throw pillow, reading nook, landing and launching pad? Give up? That’s right this little round burst of color we call a pouf. For adults it’s a great place to rest your tired feet and adds to the home decor. For kids it’s a much different story. Poufs just happen to be the perfect size for leaping onto, rolling across the floor and crawling all over. Either way you look at it a pouf can be enjoyed by the young and old (including your pets) and looks great in a home. There are basic square poufs for the beginner sewer and moroccan poufs for those more advanced, even knitters can whip up a beautiful knitted pouf. You can find these poufs and many more in our round up of 25 DIY Pretty Poufs to Make…
Pouf 101 1 of 25Brighten up your home with a color wheel pouf.
Find out more at Design Sponge.
Poufs for Kids 2 of 25This adorable pouf was made for a little man who likes to spend all day sitting at his train table.
Get the tutorial at Decorating the Dorchester Way.
Getting Tribal 3 of 25This pouf proves that a unique fabric can really make it pop.
Get the tutorial at Brittany Makes.
Prettiest Pouf 4 of 25And it won't break the bank.
Find out more at Better Homes and Gardens.
Easily Portable Pouf 5 of 25Adding a handle to your pouf makes it easy to move from room to room.
Find out more at Living With Punks.
Modern Beanbag 6 of 25Consider using beanbag beans or one of these filler alternatives inside your pouf.
Get the tutorial at Apartment Therapy.
Oversize Poufs 7 of 25This follows a basic pouf tutorial but pumps up the size for extra cushion.
Check it out at Young House Love.
Rollie Pollie Pouf 8 of 25Learn the basics for making a rollie pollie pouf that fits inside a removable slipcover for easy washing.
Find out more at So You Think You're Crafty.
The $3 Pouf 9 of 25Use a cheap throw rug for the body of your pouf.
Get the tutorial at Dollar Store Crafts.
Knitting a Pouf 10 of 25Knitted poufs are appearing all around and their prices can be sky high so try making one of your own.
Find out more at Pickles.
Durable Denim Pouf 11 of 25Make a pouf that can handle all the jumping, rolling, tossing and other wild ideas little rascals can come up with.
Find out more at MIchele Made Me.
Reading Nook Pouf 12 of 25Sew up a square pouf that fits perfectly in the corner of your reading nook.
Get the tutorial at Kayla Danelle.
Party Dress Pouf 13 of 25Don't spend a cent by turning an old party dress of yours into a pouf.
Find out more at Bromeliad.
Shag Pouf 14 of 25This mama used old baby clothes to add shag to her homemade pouf.
Check it out at Zay and Zo.
Potato Stamp Pouf 15 of 25Decorate a DIY pouf with potato stamps and fill it with poly-fill and towels.
Get the tutorial at The Cre8tive Outlet.
Bedding Filled Pouf 16 of 25Use old duvets and pillows to fill this puffy square pouf.
Find out more at Choo Cha Handmade.
Pillowcase Pouf 17 of 25Make a small pouf to add extra cushion to chairs around your home.
Get the tutorial at Houzz.
West Elm Inspired Beanbag Cube 18 of 25Find out how to make a pouf that looks like one from West Elm.
Get the tutorial at The Ochre Elephant.
Beautiful Moroccan Pouf 19 of 25If you have the time and dedication this moroccan pouf is the way to go.
Find out more at Textile Love.
Nursery Pouf 20 of 25Instead of using poly-fill or beanbag beans consider making a pouf with round foam cushions inside.
Check it out at Domestic Adventure.
Pouf Pillow 21 of 25If you want to add a pouf to your home but don't have the space, decorate your couch, bed or chair with a pouf pillow.
Spotted at Prudent Baby.
Felt Flower Pouf 22 of 25Make a pouf or give an old one new life by adding felt flowers all over.
Find out more at J and J Home.
A Knitted Pouf… 23 of 25You don't actually have to knit.
Find out more at Style-For-Style.
Coffee Sack Pouf 24 of 25Get the tips and tricks for making a pouf using a coffee sack.
Find out more at The Country Chic Cottage.
Pouf for Your Chateau 25 of 25A pretty pouf for sitting and enjoying a cup of tea or resting your tired toes.
Check it out at A Jennuine Life.
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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.
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