Encourage independent reading by designing a cozy reading nook with easily accessible books. “Having low seating, such as a structured bean bag, and books nearby will give kids the ability to pick up a book,” says Erin Coren at Curated Nest Interiors.
This fun room is decorated with a little girl in mind, as seen in the white and gold polka dot bed linens and colorful throw pillows. A pink bean bag chair and faux fur rug at the foot of the bed provide a cozy spot for reading. Dark brown hardwood floors provide a finishing touch.
From the patterned rug to the personalized throw pillow, pink and white details give this nursery space a feminine and fun look. A large bean bag chair is a fun twist on the traditional nursery rocker. Storage containers under the window seat provide concealed storage. A lighted heart fixture adds warm light to the space.
In this media room, a stainless steel fireplace creates sleek, smooth lines while stone walls add rugged texture. Colorful bean bag chairs add pops of color and provide comfortable seating for watching movies or playing games.
Lugging heavy rocking chairs or wooden benches in and out before the harsh winter starts can be a hassle. Keep your porch decorated for the holidays with lightweight bean bag chairs that simply stack and store away when not in use. These neutral greige bean bag chairs were dressed up for the holidays with woven throw pillows.
This inviting living space is filled with custom built-ins and plenty of natural light. Bean bag lounge chairs are positioned beneath a row of windows with roman shades, and just steps away from the popcorn maker.
The home theater includes a large screen for viewing films, the big game or a favorite television show. Plush bean bag chairs and a contemporary ivory sofa provide plenty of comfortable seating options for guests.
Something that can become tedious once winter sets in is having to move outdoor furniture in once temperatures approach freezing. Make it easy by choosing lightweight pieces that are easy to move around and store. Here, navy blue bean bag chairs were used due to how comfy they are and how simple it is to keep them stacked and stored away.
Since the holidays are all about entertaining friends and family, set the scene on your front porch with weather-resistant elements that invite people over to sit and stay a while. From the bean bag chairs to the rich wooden bar cart, all of these elements are easy to move around and can be easily stored out of sight in the cold winter months.