Bean Bag Chairs: The Perfect Invention!

Get cozy in a bean bag chair!

We love them so much that sometimes we forget that bean bag chairs haven’t been around forever.  (We like to refer to that time as “B.B.B” or “Before Bean Bags.”  It was a dark time, and we don’t ever want to go back.)

 

Bean bag chairs were originally conceived in the late 1960s by a team of Italian designers.  Initially, bean bag chairs were more pear-shaped, and they were usually made of leather.  The rest, as they say, is history.

 

Bean bag chairs became a huge worldwide phenomenon.  They were one of the biggest style trends of the 1970s.  These great chairs are still popular today because they’re comfortable, and they cater to a variety of lounging positions.  Additionally, bean bag chairs like Fombags are great for casual social gatherings in your home or apartment.  Bean bag chairs became and stayed popular because they’re just so darn comfortable.  They mold to your shape and they cradle you.  Decorators love them because they’re lightweight, mobile, and extremely versatile.  You can’t go wrong with a Fombag.

 

Be glad you live in a time that isn’t “B.B.B.”  You can incorporate Fombags into virtually any design aesthetic.  Embrace this comfortable trend—because it’s not going anywhere.

 

Here at Fombag, you can find bean bag chairs in many sizes, shapes, and materials.  You’re sure to appreciate the durable and substantial support you’ll feel in our chairs.  After all, Fombags are filled with love and foam, and that’s a winning combination!

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Higher quality sacks at better price. It's about time there was an improvement. fômbags are packed with high quality, high density foam. We have lots of sack sizes you'll love, including our most popular 6 ft foam sac. Choose between high quality microsuede, micro fiber, or textured covers. Take our money back guarantee for a test run. Go Heavy, Go Round, Go fombag!
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