Published at Monday, February 18th, 2019 - 02:26:30 AM. Bean Bag Chairs. By Milo Nee.
A bean bag chair is a large frameless chair that resembles a bean bag. It is made of a large fabric bag filled with polystyrene beads or tiny Styrofoam balls and it molds readily to the contours of the user's body. The first bean bag chairs came about in the 1970's. Rumor has it that the first version of this chair was discovered by accident. When a Styrofoam factory placed their leftover pieces from the production line in a large bag, the manufacturers thought of using it to create a new piece of furniture and called it the Sacco. Throughout the 1970's, the chairs became available in department stores. They were made of durable leather and were filled with thick Styrofoam pellets. In the 1990's, manufacturers of bean bag chairs started making them in different forms, shapes, and sizes such as recliners and sofas. They also became more child-friendly with childproof durable zippers. Today, most of these chairs are typically made with washable covers and are filled with shredded foam to make it more durable.
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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