You might have wondered what Bamboola stands for. Let me reveal it now. Bamboola is basically a “bambula” (or “bambule”) which is a Czech word for a pom-pom. I am kind of obsessed with pom-poms – particularly those cute ones on children’s hats. So when I saw this pom-pom furniture by a German design studio MYK, I fell in love, naturally. Each of these unique pieces is crafted entirely by hand. Several hundred wool threads are bundled, rolled, tied, and cut, all of carefully selected high-end quality wool. There are up to 1300 woolen pom-poms and respectively up to 45 kg of wool forming one single object. Wowzers! I have no idea how much these fuzzy darlings cost but I have a strange feeling they will be fairly heavy on the wallet. Nevertheless, one of those pieces would be a great way to bring that pop of color to a neutral/white nursery I blogged about earlier.
Perhaps your room is already colorful and you need a calming effect. Or you have a simple room and like to keep things that way. Then you might just love this white pom-pom rug or a small pom-pom cushion.