Published at Friday, November 16th, 2018 - 05:11:19 AM. Bean Bag Chairs. By Ludovic Joguet.
Small bean bag chairs are exactly what you think they would be: small, usually two or three feet. But for a child, they are the perfect size. If you're an adult, you might think how the heck am I going to get up out of this. They are light and easy to move and store, and surprisingly durable. That's because now-a-days, they are doubled stitched and doubled zippered for added protection and security. Plus, they are easy to care for; a damp cloth is all that you would need. As with just about anything these days, they come in all sorts of trendy and stylish fabrics, keeping pace with today's trends and fashions. Finding one that is the right size for you if you're an adult doesn't have to be a daunting task. There is a large variety to choose from for most adults. Most bean bag chairs are very comfortable, as the foam filled innards change their shape and size to conform to the person's weight and sitting position. They are very comfortable and easily replace uncomfortable chairs, and usually range from four to six feet. Large chairs are what you need to complete your game room, man cave, or even your bedroom. In addition, they are absolutely the thing to have for your dorm room.
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.
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