Bean bags don’t have a defined dimension so fitting them is much easier than other fixtures at home that need careful decoration placement.
Bean bags have outgrown themselves from a permanent fixture at the children’s playroom to the living room, from a utilitarian role to a decoration that will complement other furniture pieces.
Here are a few other ideas where bean bags can become a wonderful complement at home.
- Place an oversized beanbag over a thick fabric, dressed up with pillows, in a sunny portion of the house.
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- Fit a large cozy bean bag good for two to cuddle while watching movies at home.
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- For teenagers and college students, beanbags offer a comfortable study option, and do not require a lot of space like typical university dorms do. They have washable covers and refillable padding so it’s relatively easy to change their design and composition.
- If there’s such thing as sofa bed — sofa by day and bed mattress by night — beanbags that convert to beds.
- Selection of beanbag may be solely for functional rather than aesthetic purposes. But if you’re into the latter, reviewing your interior furnishings first before bringing in a new bean bag at home. Certain room decor styles such as the 60s and 70s themed decors are made for bean bags without overemphasizing their presence.
- Beanbags are often available in bright, attention-grabbing colors. But they don’t have to be such eye-catching objects. Popular colors are neon and white. Whites especially work for contrasting black and white combinations in the room or between beanbags themselves.