Longtime staples of the Moroccan home, poufs are versatile pillowy seats that are beginning to find their way into homes of the West. And for good reason. Their easy to use and store, and they offer an intimate form of seating. These poufs, designed by Donna Wilson for SCP, are made by hand-stuffing Calico bags, then upholstering them with knitted panels, much like segments of an orange. The wool for the collection is specially spun and dyed in England, and woven in Wales by a traditional mill that has been in the same family for over a century.