Our Berber poufs have a particular style.
Indeed, unlike other oriental poufs, a Berber pouf will have a more geometric and angular shape.
In addition, most of its patterns will be rhombuses or straight lines. This gives them an understated and quite versatile look, nice enough for more modern interiors.
What are the differences between a Berber and North African pouf?
Unlike their North African counterparts, Berber poufs are less uniform and colorful. For example, our Moroccan wool poufs will often have a fairly bright and uniform color.
A Berber pouf, meanwhile, will have more patterns and geometric shapes, giving it relief and a more complex side.
They are not really luxurious in style, unlike our ethnic poufs , for example, but offer a fairly modern touch.