Beanbag chair doubles as storage space

  • By Mary Beth Breckenridge, Akron Beacon Journal
  • Friday, December 6, 2013 3:09pm
  • Life

Mimish Designs’ Storage Beanbag is a clever place to stash stuff.

The beanbag chair unzips to reveal space for storing plush toys, clothes, bedding or other soft items. The top of the chair is filled with polystyrene beads to create a comfortable seat. The beads are enclosed in a bag, so you can remove them to clean the chair’s shell. The chair comes in microsuede and cotton. Thirteen colors are available. The Storage Beanbag is made in the United States and sells for $149 at mimishdesigns.com. Shipping is free on orders in the United States.

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