Looking for DIY pouf ideas? Look no further! We’ve got 17 practical options to dress up your home.
A pouf — a very cute name for a very cute piece of furniture. Poufs, alternatively known as ottomans and hassocks, are versatile and highly practical. I made three, and use them as foot rests when it’s just me and the fam, and as extra seats when we have more guests than chairs. They also double as pretty living room decor!
Check out our awesome DIY pouf ideas and you’ll have one (or three!) in your house in no time.
DIY Pouf Ideas
1. DIY Pouf With T-shirt Yarn
Follow the easy tutorial and poof! you’ll have your very own pouf. Directions here.
2. DIY Plastic Ottoman
The ultimate design is up to you. Check out the idea here.
3. DIY Knitted Pouf
Looks more like art than furniture! Find out how to make it here.
4. No Sew DIY Pouf
One of the easiest ideas to replicate. Check out the details here.
5. DIY Moroccan Pouf
Bling out your living room! Step by step tutorial here.
6. DIY Square Pouf
It’s ok to be square (when it comes to poufs). Details here.
7. DIY Leather Pouf
Looking for something a but sturdier? Here’s the pouf for you.
8. DIY Sweater Pouf Ottoman
All you need is a thrift store sweater to make this adorable pouf. Instructions here.
9. DIY One Hour Floor Pillow
No time? No problem. Check it out here.
10. DIY Land of Nod Inspired Pouf
Looks like it came from Land of Nod or Pottery Barn Kids, but costs a fraction of the price. Tutorial here,
11. DIY Bean Bag Chair
Your kids are going to love these bean bag chairs. See details here.
12. Nursery Log Slice Pouf DIY Tutorial
So cute — my favorite. Find the directions here.
13. DIY Oversized Pouf
Take your pouf to new heights, literally. See the tutorial here.
14. Wooden DIY Ottoman/Pouf
Great for resting your feet after a long day. Details here.
15. DIY Tire Pouf
Made with an actual car tire. Check the step by step tutorial here.
16. IKEA Hack Floor Pouf DIY
Why buy a pouf from IKEA when you can make your own? Instructions here.
17. Fun DIY Puzzle Pouf
So fun and creative. And not as hard to make as you think! See the steps here.
Click here to see how your t-shirt can be made into a pouf.