Moroccan craftsmanship remains one of the most beautiful showcases of oriental art. Among the most traditional and representative creations of this art, the Moroccan pouffe appears to be essential. The Moroccan pouf refers to the traditions of the country. It was the preferred seat when entering the large tents that the nomadic peoples of the Moroccan desert set up along their route. While the Moroccan pouffe has retained this traditional function, it has also become an integral part of oriental decoration in general. Nowadays, the Moroccan pouf is also found as a footrest in some of the Riads in the Moroccan medinas, but it is also found around coffee tables in living rooms, giving an oriental look to these rooms.
The Moroccan pouf
The Moroccan pouf is still today a handcrafted production, and it is in goat leather, that local craftsmen make these oriental seats. The best care is taken both in the choice of leather and in the treatment given to it. Thus, the Moroccan pouf will be decorated with the most shimmering colours of the Orient. Plain or patterned, the Moroccan pouf has become a real decorative object, while retaining its original functionality.
Thus, when one notices a Moroccan pouf in a living room or a restaurant, one is immediately attracted by the aestheticism displayed, and the reference to the Eastern influences, but also by the practical aspect, which makes it possible to sit around a low table and to benefit from a more convivial moment. By respecting the tradition, the craftsmen, who participate in the realization of these poufs, allow you to introduce this Moroccan decoration within your residence. Thus, in your dining room, a coffee table can be surrounded by one (or more) Moroccan pouf. The oriental decoration and the conviviality of the place will then be united.