The bean bag chair has been a staple in furniture design for decades. Original invented in the mid 1960s, bean bags have been a mainstay in many modern offices, homes and recreation spaces. This unique mix of comfort, flexibility, and style is what has gained it such a large following.
A bean bag’s appeal is its simplicity. A bean bag is simply a large soft bag filled small beads of polystyrene, or another material that can conform to the shape of your body, creating a cloudlike feeling. A bean bag’s lack of frame or structure allows it to be adapted to fit each person, which makes it an ideal spot to lounge, nap, and work.
Its flexibility is one of the biggest advantages to the beanbag chair. The beanbag can be rearranged and moved easily, unlike other furniture. Because it is lightweight, you can easily transport the chair from the living to bedroom to patio to friend’s place for a movie. This makes the product a good choice for apartments, dorms and other small spaces where space saving is important.
In the last few years, beanbag chairs have seen a significant evolution in their design. What began as simple round sacks, has evolved into many different shapes, sizes and styles. The bean bag chair is available in a variety of styles and shapes. They range from large, oversized chairs that accommodate many people to streamlined models that look like traditional armchairs. Moreover, the manufacturers are experimenting with many fabrics and colors to create bean bag chairs that match any interior design.
In addition to their residential appeal, beanbag chairs can be found in offices, classrooms and even therapy room. This chair is a good choice when creating a relaxed environment that fosters creativity. It is also ergonomically designed to be adaptable. These chairs can be used in classrooms to improve student focus and participation.
In spite of its timeless appeal, bean bag chairs continue to be improved. Bean bag chairs made with memory foam provide an even higher level of comfort to users. These chairs can be transformed into entertainment hubs by adding technology like speakers and ports to charge phones.