Published at Friday, November 16th, 2018 - 04:09:19 AM. Bean Bag Chairs. By Florian Baschet.
Bean bag chairs still remain one of the worlds many mysteries. How did they come about, who or what inspired the shape, are they safe, and where can I get one? To answer these questions and more we need to look into the 1960's when this design was first uncovered. Created by an Italian design and first called a "Sacco", the bean bag chairs became greatly popular and then mass-produced. Today this design is still remains basically the same with exception to the fabric, filling, the original headrest and additional safety features. Bean bag chairs are the only furniture other than plastic patio chairs that can be easily relocated. This makes them ideal for flats, the poolside and any other outdoor area. (Check the waterproof qualities on the tag.) Also ideal for use on new carpet or floor lining as these clever designs won't leave a dent in your floor. Bean bag chairs can be found in every color of the rainbow with so many designs and colors to choose from including pet beanbag beds, leather, denim, fur and suede fabrics. There is a design and color to suit any home with the exception being a too classic home may not necessarily suit a bean bag, try the den or playroom instead. There are also bean bags fabrics that are waterproof and can repel liquids that may them ideal for pets or little children. One of the fun things about having a bean bag chairs is deciding where to put it.
Today's Bean Bag chairs come in a multitude of shapes and sizes, and in a huge array of fabrics and colors. A company, humorously called "FATBOY", makes fabulous Bean Bag chairs in brilliant colors, as well as a collection in huge "retro" Marimekko prints. They come in many sizes and shapes. The Fatboy original chair is made from easy to clean and very strong nylon material, so it would be rugged and survive the most constant use and not get damaged easily. Also, there are wonderful chairs from a company named Megeve, don't miss the astounding, cutting-edge chairs called "Metahlowski", in shimmering silver, gold, bronze, or titanium fabrications. Relatively inexpensive and long wearing, sizes range from small (for kids and pets) to large and roomy for adults, to extra large, and even giant. These chairs comfortably conform to the contours of your body for natural support in a range of positions.
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