29 May
2014
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West Elm Knock Off Floor Pouf

West Elm Knock Off

Seriously you guys, I’ve been coveting these floor poufs since the first time I saw them. I don’t know about you but I don’t have an extra 250.00 laying around for a glorified floor pillow. My first thought when I saw the price was “Wow that’s a utility bill payment.” LOL. I’m so cheap. So On I went poufless and sad. That is until I was perusing pinterest for insperation and I found this fantastic tutorial over @ Retropolitan She took a 3 dollar IKEA Rug and made one! Right up my alley. Cheap, gorgeous, and easy. Not to mention the ENDLESS possibilities with fabric choices.

I pretty much followed her tutorial to the T. The only difference is I didn’t add a zipper to mine. The only reason I didn’t do so is I just didn’t have one at the time. So instead of adding a zipper I just hand sewed the pouf shut after I stuffed it. Just a side note Stuff the pouf much more than you think you should. It makes it look so much better when it’s tighter.

Supplies You’ll Need:

*** This is Per Pouf****

  • 3 Yds of fabric (This is the fabric I used it was on sale for 5.00 dollars a yard. SCORE!!)
  • 1 and a half bags of bean bag filling. I could Only find it at K-Mart (each bag is 11.99)beanbag
  •  Sewing Machine
  • Needle and Coordinating Thread
  • Zipper if you choose to add one

After you gather your supplies just follow Erika’s Tutorial and you’re done.

This project took no time at all, and I’m so happy with the end product!

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Thanks For Stopping By.

-Stacey

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29 Comments

  • I love it! I don’t think I could spend $250 on a floor pouf either but it seems I don’t have to go poufless forever thanks to your post :)
    Stopped by from the pin it thursday hop, definitely pinning this.

    Sarah xo
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    • So glad you like it, and super stoked there is going to be one less poufless person in the world. lol

  • How cool is this? Gonna have to start looking for the beans :)

    I’d love it if you would share this at my party – http://3glol.net/2014/05/26/teach-me-tuesday-5/

    Pinning it! Thanks for sharing!

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  • This is beautiful, I prefer the DIY one over the bought one. That is crazy for the price. I have some smaller poufs but I think a bigger one would be more functional. I love this idea!
    Emily, Our house now a home recently posted…outdoor detailed tourMy Profile

    • Thank You! Not to mention the bigger ones are more practical extra seating for adults. Have you ever seen a grown person try to use on of the smaller ones as a seat? Hilarious! But not to flattering, I’d actually like my guests to return.lol

  • This is great! Pinning! I’d love for you to link up to the Be. YOU. Tiful Link Party :) http://wp.me/p2LtB9-sc

  • This is awesome and I MUST make one!! I am with the other person that commented, I think the one you made is even prettier than the West Elm Piece!! Nice Job!!

    ~Amanda

  • I love this! AND I love the fabric you used! Thank you for sharing, I found it through the Cook It, Craft It, Share It link party.

  • Turned out great! I need one of these!
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  • Utility payment… hahahaha I think the exact SAME thing when I see the prices for poufs. (and other things) I also have pouf obsession what is with these little squares that go on the floor that have me drooling uncontrollably? It’s not like I lounge around on the floor all day, (i wish i did though) if I did I would never get up again. Not with out a lot of panting and a hoist anyway! :)

  • Gosh, I’ve wanted one of these but haven’t gotten around to making one! Thanks for sharing!
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  • Love this hack! Saw you over at The Makers link party! You’re a girl after my own heart with that color combo!

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    • HA! No kidding I dropped by and checked you out and I believe we could have been cut from the same color wheel! LOL Thanks so much for stopping by!

  • Ah! It turned out great! Nicely done! Thank you for linking up with us over at The Makers. :)

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    • Thanks Alexis! I really appreciate you taking the time to stop by.

  • I like yours better than the real thing! Great job! Pinned.
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    • Thank you so much!

  • Love this! I think I might need to make one to go in the corner of my nursery. :) I’d love for you to share this at my Motivational Monday Link Party that I just started yesterday! Feel free to share other old or new posts that fit the theme as well if you have them!

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  • You’ve been featured at Link’n Blogs. Congrats! Stop by to see your feature and link up more fab projects.
    http://iputabirdonit.blogspot.com/2014/06/linkn-blogs-28-lets-welcome-our-final.html

    xo
    Daniela
    Put A Bird On It

  • Your pouf is gorgeous!
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  • I like yours so much better! I saw these at target the other day and didn’t wanna spend almost 100 dollars for it…I’m inspired :)
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    • Thank you so much! I know it’s crazy how expensive they are!

  • this turned out great! i like the fabric you chose! nice, pinning it! thanks for sharing.
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  • Super cute! I love that fabric.

  • I love your pouf! Especially the fabric!! Nothing like a good knock off… I just did a west elm one too :) Would love for you to share this or any DIY at our link party on my blog. :)

  • How do you think it would fair outside if i made one using outdoor fabric?? Not sure what the beanbag filler is like. I would love a few of these for my screened in porch, but it does get wet in there if it rains hard. Thanks!

    Julia

  • This is amazing, Stacey! Yours looks way better than the West Elm one! And gorgeous fabric choice!

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    • Thank you Sarah, I’m so glad you like it!

  • Just found your blog from the Blog Hobnob link up! I’m excited to be following along now via Bloglovin’! Yay for a new blogging buddy :)
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