BEAN BAGS: THE CHAIR THAT GIVES

posted by on 2011.04.25, under Shopping Guide
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Bean bags aren’t just for rec rooms anymore. In the right color and location, they add an element of quirk not to be matched by structured furniture.  They are also great for plopping into when watching a movie or taking a nap.  Here are some examples of bean bags “done right” along with suggestions on where to score your own.

Example 1: There’s nothing juvenile about this white number featured in Metropolitan Home.

 

Example 2: A green bag gives this sleek kitchen a more welcoming feel, and is probably a favorite for reading the morning paper in.

 

Example 3: Who needs a couch? A cluster of bean bags does the trick.

 

Example 4:  This suede model from Restoration Hardware is the Lexus of bean bags—and has a price tag to match ($675).

http://shop.fatboyusa.com/?cat=3E7E6FB9-0109-4C7F-B5A9-D219479D9874

 

Fatboys come in a range of colors, including a line in Marimekko print. This version, in taupe, is $239.

the Original Fatboy

 

This sueded corduroy jumbo bag in orange adds color and texture. Available from Overstock for $118.99.

Sueded Corduroy Jumbo Orange Beanbag Chair

 

Pottery Barn’s line of kids’ bags can be ordered oversized for big kids. In chocolate polka dots for $159.

 

Chocolate Mini Dot Anywhere Beanbag

 

Resembling a ginormous piece of chewed up gum (in a good way!), this neon green bag surely has a place in an eclectic home. $62 from Amazon.

Wetlook Bean Bag

 

For something more somber, there’s this twill covered bag from beanbags.com. $129.

Large Big Bean Twill Chair

 

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