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    Admin - CPS Technician LISmama810's Avatar
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    Beanbag Chair or similar

    We finally got a TV set up in our basement, and now I'm looking for seating options. I need ideas for good beanbag chairs or something similar. I'd like something the kids (3, 5, 10) to use, and maybe that DH and I can flop on, too.

    Recommendations for things you love/covet?

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    We have 3 beanbags from pottery barn kids. My 1 requirement was that they have removable covers so I could wash them if needed- which we've already had to do on 1 of them in the 3 months we've owned them. Washing the cover was super easy and it still looks great- no fading. Dh and I can use them though it's sometimes hard to get up without rolling to the floor first.


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    Re: Beanbag Chair or similar

    I don't have any great ideas, but I definitely don't recommend the Big Joe chair shaped bean bags from Walmart. It started out great, but the beans totally flattened within just a few months of the kids using it. I keep meaning to get some more to try and re-stuff it, but it's just sitting sadly in the corner behind the sofa.
    Mom to DS-22 driving a 2011 Honda CR-Z, DS-19 driving a 2010 Toyota Prius, DD-16 driving a 2017 Toyota Yaris iA, and DD-14 riding in a 2018 Mazda CX-9 & 2018 Mazda CX-3

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    We have a Yogibo store in the mall and their stuff is so comfortable! I'm guessing by the number of people that lounge on their floor models every day, they hold up pretty well. They are pretty expensive though.

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    Re: Beanbag Chair or similar

    I like video rockers, too. Ikea has some lightweight, inexpensive models at the moment. Good way to figure out if you like them.
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    Re: Beanbag Chair or similar

    I'm looking at Cozy Sac beanbags at Amazon.

    Any recommendations for size?

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    DS (08/07) ~ 8 ~ 52 pound ~ Graco Highback Turbobooster -- 3rd Grade!
    DD (08/11) ~ 4 yr ~ 32 lb ~ Britax Roundabout 50, Maestro -- Pre-K!

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