You want to decorate your living room with a chic but simple Moroccan pouf to give it a traditional touch? You're at the right address.
MOROCCAN CRAFT DREAM puts at your disposal what you are looking for! Carefully carved patterns geometric, the Moroccan leather pouf is displayed in a variety of colors including each has a unique atmosphere where she invites herself.

Note : ♥ With Moroccancraftdream, our customers do not pay any additional fees and taxes ♥ and they have 14 days warranty after receiving the product ♥

For more than six years, our team ensures that our poufs is of the highest quality while providing the best quality/price ratio.
Moroccan craft dream sells original 100% leather poufs to match and complement your Moroccan, bohemian or Western lounge. To buy with us, is to have the guarantee of robustness, and quality of leathers used.
In addition to this, the leather used in the manufacture of poufs is specially treated to eliminate all the odors of natural leather.The leather used by our craftsmen is a real goatskin leather.


To avoid paying high shipping costs, and to benefit from the Express Shipping option, it is better to buy your empty poufs, you can fill them easily and free if you have clothes that you do not wear in the current season or you have newspapers and pillows at home, if not you can buy the poufs of iKea (Fjadrar) or even polyester or cotton (it's cheap)


For more information, please consult the following link for more information:

If you want to buy the poufs stuffed by our specialists, an additional delivery charges are calculated.
The filling takes between 1 and 2 days.


If you are looking for other measures, please contact our customer center, by chat or send an e-mail to the following address:


In case of out of stock, square poufs are manufactured within 1 to 7 business days.


320,00$ Precio
104,00$Precio de oferta
  • There are many ways to stuff an empty pouf, it's easy, cheap and it doesn't take a lot of time, you can make a small gesture towards the environment by recycling old clothes and fabrics to fill your pouf, or you can also buy polystyrene balls or local cotton for filling the pouf.