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Vintage/Retro Bean Bag and Inflatable Furniture

Vintage/retro bean bag and inflatable furniture is a timeless classic that provides comfortable and versatile seating in any room. These bean bags also give your room a chilled-out feel.

Different types of bean bags

Vintage bean bags have a soft and squashy sac shape that is filled with soft plastic pellets. The filling molds to the contours of your body so that you can enjoy the ultimate seating comfort. Most styles of both original and retro style bean bags have an attached carry handle.

There are vintage bean bags and inflatable furniture that replicate the modern design of an armchair and are ergonomically designed for maximum comfort. The classic solid colour bean bag chair has a contoured backrest and supportive armrests.

A curved, high back gaming bean bag chair allows you to sit back in a comfortable lounging or reclining position when watching movies or playing video games.

Small and compact vintage bean bags are perfectly proportioned for toddlers and young children. Most styles feature a structured backrest and armrests.

Classic pouffe style retro bean bags and inflatable furniture provides a comfortable seating and footrest option. Many modern designs, with vintage inspiration, are covered in retro style illustration print fabrics.

The relaxation and comfort benefits

The loose, relaxed structure of bean bags and inflatable furniture allows you to lounge and recline in a natural position with ease.

The lightweight and soft plastic pellets mold around your body to cushion and support your joints and spine.

Vintage bean bags are a great seating option for anyone who sits in the same position for prolonged periods of time, when gaming or watching TV.

Comfy and lightweight bean bags and inflatable furniture is easily transported from room to room, to ensure maximum seating comfort.

The squashy shape of the classic bean bag a is perfect for meditation and relaxation.

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