Bean Bag Furniture – Comfort, Style and Fun

Bean bags are back – again. Today, there are bean bag sofas, footstools, corner suites, ottomans and more in many colors; fashionable, modern and funky.

The BaZi Bean Bag Sofa is the epitome of comfort, coziness and relaxation. It can seat three adults comfortably, or one very laid-back and comfortable adult lying down. It is upholstered in a textured fabric with three trendy colors; bazinga natural, chocolate and grey. The BaZi is created out of blocks of beans within a liner inside of a Barkweave fabric cover that is removable. It can be taken apart and put back together with ease, making it simple to take in a car or move to a different room. This stylish sofa would look great in a family lounge or living room, an attic room, a playroom, a student flat, anywhere where extra seating is desired.

How about a corner suite? A beanbag corner suite sofa collection looks sophisticated, sleek and ultra chic in black or brown faux leather. This ensemble is made out of 3 modular Lo Chairs and looks great in any room, especially when placed with a corner cushion. Seating is low to the ground allowing legs to stretch out in comfort while the back is supported and the body is cushioned. These pieces are light-weight, easy to move and look great as is or with even more chairs and corner pieces. The set looks great in a family lounge, games room or even a teenager’s room with colorful pillows and throws. Add an ottoman for more comfort.

Footstools or ottomans – whichever way you look at them, these are cool pieces of furniture to put feet up on, use as a small side table, use as extra seating or use for a child’s seat. Some of the footstools available are in cream or red square microplush, a faux suede cube in chocolate, fudge, teal green or purple and as a Bar-B-Cube Footstool in several bright colors including hot pink, orange, aqua and yellow. More footstools come in floral chenille, faux leather with chenille and round ottoman/footstools in turquoise, black or red.

The days of comfort are here to stay. With bean bag sofas, comfort is just around the corner (or in the next room).

Neil Turner writes for Bean Bag Bazaar, the leading supplier of bean bag sofas and bean bag furniture.

When it comes to the matter of Feng Shui, it literally means making use of the flow of energy in the environment to generate positive effects for you. When channeled correctly, the energy or more commonly know as the Qi that flows in the air will bring you wealth as well as excellent fortune. Though the entire concept might sound extraordinary or even a bit far-fetched to someone who is not familiar with it, nobody can deny that such thing exists. If you are interested in exploiting Feng Shui to bring good effects to your house, then you must continue reading to unlock the biggest secrets that you have been deprived of.

The most common terms in Feng Shui are non other than Yin and Yang. Without reading too much into the individual meaning of both terms, they are basically the core principle of contradictory elements in achieving harmony through the balancing of elements in heaven as well as earth. While Yang typically refers to the positive energy, Yin is the complimentary opposite and both of them constantly interact and correspond to both good and evil.

When you are applying Feng Shui in your house, the ultimate aim is to have the best orientation to channel the flow of good Qi into your house while trying to avoid any of the bad Qi that might exist in certain corners of your house. By applying it thoroughly in your house, it is literally pointing to the arrangement of the furniture, such as the table, chair etc. For example, a Feng Shui master would generally advise you on how to activate the positive energy at certain location in your house by sleeping there, or carrying out what you do on a daily basis in that corner. On the contrary, you will be advised to avoid the sharp edges of tables and chairs as they are classified to be destructive Qi that will bring you disasters.

Generally, you would want to start with your individual Bazi when you want to practise Feng Shui at home. Basically, there are 4 good directions and 4 bad directions for each individual. By knowing your own Bazi, you will be able to determine how you can practise Feng Shui in your house. For example, you will be able to tap the best conditions of Feng Shui for you to know when to move in your house, when to start a renovation, what is the best direction for your main door to channel the best Qi that suits you and so on.

Anyway, for a beginner in Feng Shui, it is advisable to hire an expert to help you carry out a thorough analysis of your house before changing anything. One must keep in mind that the correct application of Feng Shui will bring you good luck, but if you activate the wrong energy, it could bring you bad luck or even land you in absolute disaster which means death.


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