Published at Friday, November 16th, 2018 - 04:36:19 AM. Bean Bag Chairs. By Florian Baschet.
Relaxation at its Best. There are certain things in life that are guaranteed to put a smile on our faces - a romping puppy, the first day of Spring, and the joy of sinking into a cozy Bean Bag chair: the perfect end to a long hard day. Not just for children anymore, these soft uncomplicated chairs are so simple in concept. I'm certain that they have been around, in various forms, since the beginning of time. Way back, someone has to have discovered that filling a huge sack with hay, feathers, rags, or dried beans could provide a comfy "cushion", far preferable to sitting or sleeping on the ground. Voila. The first Bean Bag chair.
You need to take extra care when filling a bean bag chair. It is best done with someone else helping you out - otherwise you can end up with thousands of polystyrene beads rolling around the floor of your living room. The best approach is to put the bag that contains the beads inside the bean bag chair and gently open it. Then the beads need to be gently poured in. Filling bean bags needs to be done indoors - as even the vaguest hint of breeze can cause the beads to scatter everywhere. One key consideration is how full the bean bag should be stuffed with polystyrene beads. Many people have their own preference - however you should bear in mind that if a bean bag chair is understuffed it won't provide adequate support for you and may be a little uncomfortable. A fully stuffed bean bag provides very firm support. It is recommended that people with bad backs overfill their bean bag chair - as a fuller bag will provide particularly good support for your back. In general though, a good rule of thumb is to fill the bean bag to 6 inches above the widest point of the bag.
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