Published at Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 - 01:33:45 AM. Bean Bag Chairs. By Henri Levett.
It took some time for the modern bean filled chair, as we know it, to come into existence. The first mass-produced Bean Bag chairs were created by three Italian designers, Gatti, Paolini, and Teodora, while working for the Zanotta Company in 1969. Called "Sacco" chairs, they were pear-shaped, and filled with Styrofoam leftover pieces. This was the first chair to actually yield to the individual's body movements. The first attempt at mass-production failed, but soon after, the "Sacco" was launched, and gained popularity worldwide. The Bean Bag chair became an icon of "Pop" culture. We are currently enjoying a huge revival of mid-century design, and the iconic bb chair is back in full force. It's an ingenious invention, and has taken its permanent place in Classic Design.
These wonderful creations are also great at saving you money. Why spend thousands on a new lounge suite when you can buy modern, furniture set in the few hundreds. Bean bag chairs can be found filled already or with just the case so they will need to be filled. If this is the case then you will need a helper. They can hold the bag open while you pull the polystyrene balls in. Stand away from a door as even the slightest of breeze can cause a small snowstorm in your lounge. Make sure to stuff the bag incredibly full if you suffer from a bad back or sore neck. To check that the bag is filled enough, check that there are still 6 inches between the widest point of the bean bags. If you prefer a loose comfortable fit only fill the bag ¾ of the way for a fuller fit try filling it as close to the top as you can while making sure it can still close.
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