Published at Friday, November 16th, 2018 - 03:59:37 AM. Bean Bag Chairs. By Ludovic Joguet.
Noted Italian designers developed the first bean bag chairs in the 1960's. Their creation was called the 'Sacco', and was at the time described as an ɺnatomical armchair'. It became the first mass produced bean bag furniture. Just like its counterpart these days, the Sacco was filled with polystyrene beads that make them lightweight and easy to mold to the shape of the body. While enhancements to its size and shape have occurred over time, in general the bean bag chair form remains true to the design of the Sacco from the 1960's. The original concept behind the bean bag chair was to create stylish mobile furniture, which is unlike conventional bulky furniture. Thus the bean bag chair is easily moved from room to room as well as from indoors to outdoors. The design of it is highly praised, as it adapts to many different body shapes. The original Sacco featured a headrest that got its shape from beans being pushed up into this area. In the more modern bean bags, the head area is not a separate component, rather now a part of the bean bag chair which is accentuated.
Assuming you aren't allergic to them, feathers and down make a great stuffing. However, before you can fill your bean bag with feathers, you must have a second casing in which to put the feathers. Otherwise, they will work their way through the fabric of your chair. Polyurethane foam is the latest type of professional bean bag stuffing. This filler is made of small chunks of high density foam. It provides much needed support, is extremely comfortable and can be shaken up for re-shaping over and over again.
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