Published at Friday, November 16th, 2018 - 04:55:24 AM. Bean Bag Chairs. By Valentin Chabert.
Dried beans and/or rice can also be used to fill your bean bag. These items are both relatively inexpensive and are available at your every-day supermarket. However, if you live in a moist/humid environment, this may not be the best solution for you. Using rice and/or beans as a filling may also attract moths, insects or even rodents. Perhaps not quite so commonly known are wood shavings. Wood shavings of all types can be used to fill up your bag. Cedar chips in particularly are very appealing to many people because not only do they smell wonderful, they also repel fleas. If you have pets in your house, cedar wood chips might be just the right filler for you. Pillow stuffing is also sometimes used to stuff your bean bag. Although it is a somewhat inexpensive solution, it in essence makes a giant pillow and lacks the buoyancy that beads provide. After a few sittings, the stuffing will be packed down and will need re-fluffing.
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.
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