Fatboy Original White
Remember that old beanbag you had as a kid? If you didn’t have one at home, your best friend surely did! They were great to lounge in to watch movies and eat popcorn, or to wrestle, play or relax, or whatever activity you could think of!
Their downside (that would lead to their downfall) was their look and quality. They’d quickly lose their filler and always end up looking deflated and dumpy.
Not so with fatboy! It’s become cool again to own a beanbag... at any age! They’re stylish and will last you a long long time. They can be used as a lounge-bag in a student’s room, a relaxing chair for the office, a body pillow for children, or even a spare bed for that unexpected guest.
And as opposed to the traditional beanbag chairs, the fatboy features large dimensions—giving the user plenty of room to sink into it and completely drift away.
<span style='font-weight: bold;'>Dimensions:</span><br>140 cm x 180 cm<br>55’’ x 70’’<br><br style='font-weight: bold;'><span style='font-weight: bold;'>Materials:</span><br>Nylon material with PVC coating to make them water and stain resistant.<br>Filling - Virgin polystyrene beads<br>
Created in 2000 by award winning Finnish designer, Jukka Setala (a graduate of the University of Art and Design in Helsinki), fatboy, aka ‘’beanbag’’ of the 21st century, has since conquered the world with its large haute couture cushions. It adds a playful sense of whimsy and comfort to interiors of over 50 countries around the world.
Currently available in over 50 countries and featuring a steadily growing product line, the name fatboy has quickly become synonymous with comfort, functionality and fun. Available in a wide range of vibrant, dynamic colors and featuring a myriad of functional uses, fatboy is the modern alternative to the beanbag of yesteryear. These fun, playful, and functional lounge bags feel right at home anywhere you put them--every living room, bedroom, and dorm room deserves its own fatboy!
<p><strong>Care Instructions:</strong></p><p>The products can be cleaned with lukewarm water and soap, this is usually enough. For stubborn stains, cleaning products for exterior furniture can be used (sold in hardware stores).<br></p>