We’ve all seen bean bags made out of different fabrics, but there is just something special about a knitted bean bag. Besides its natural feature of molding to your body to offer a comfortable lounging experience, bean bags need texture and color to truly become part of the space they adorn.
Textured and patterned, these contemporary bean bag chairs look amazing in airy interiors, serving as a stylish focal point. The Slumber Poufs by Aleksandra Gaca for Belgian company Casalis are absolutely lovely, and their display of woven material reminiscent of knitting showcases the artist’s knowledge of three-dimensional stretch fabrics.
Bdoja Chair (meaning “knot”) is one of those furnishings that conveys comfort and promises to reflect the designer’s belief that high quality and durability will reduce unnecessary consumption. A chunky cotton cord wrapped around a steel base shapes the inviting chair, providing a modern interpretation of textile and techniques.
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