One of the most iconic chairs are bean bag chairs. Not only do they score high in the form factor, but they are also very comfortable. You probably know all the great things a bean bag has to offer, and that's why you are looking for one.

However, you can't just buy the first one you see. It would be best if you consider a couple of factors to ensure that you get the "perfect" one for your situation. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to find the right bean bag chair for you.

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What Are the Best Types of Fabric For Bean Bag Chairs?

Since a bean bag has no frame, then choosing the right fabric is perhaps the most crucial factor. Nowadays, bean bag chairs come in many different fabrics, and each has its own ups and downs.

Cotton Bean Bag Chair
Polyester Bean Bag Chair
Faux Leather Bean Bag Chair
Charcoal Bean Bag Chair
Childproof Closure Bean Bag Chair
Standard Bean Bag Chair

What Shape Bean Bag Chair Should I Select?

It used to be that bean bags only come in round shape. Not anymore. When it comes to the shape, you have plenty of choices to fit your liking and the space you want to place it.

For example, if the room has limited space, then a bean bag shaped in a rectangle works well. The reason for this is because you can fit it into the corners or in the middle of the sofa sections.

There's also a bean bag that's** shaped like a sofa**. Such a shape will give the room a unique look. Also, it adds an element of fun and comfort.

If you have plenty of space to work with, then an oversized bean bag is an excellent idea. It's not only eye-catching and comfortable, but it will also help make the place look less empty.

If you want to stretch your legs and rest your back comfortably, you can opt for a teardrop shaped bean bag. A great option for tall loungers.

Standard Bean Bag Chair Lounger
Extra Large Bean Bag Sofa
Standard Outdoor Friendly Bean Bag Lounger
Gray Corduroy Bean Bag Chair Lounger
Large Piece Foam Modular Seating Bean Bag Set
Standard Canvas Friendly Bean Bag

How to Select the Right Bean Bag Filling?

Bean bag fillings generally fall into two broad categores: