Tokyo-X Kids Bean Bag Chair in Purple
- Height: 75 cm
- Width: 50 cm
- Base: 65 cm
- Filling: 130 l
- Material: Modern + nylon
Bean bags are so popular these days and everyone is trying to find one a little different and a little more comfortable and better than the one their friends have. Most homes now will have a bean bag and this is because they are comfortable and good value for money. This well designed PU, cotton fabric is very pretty to look at and with its crazy colours, appeals to children. It is great for posture, as it hits all the right spots, like your head, lower back and shoulders. If you want a present look no further than this wonderful Happy Pig range, Tokyo-X chair, as any child would be over the moon to receive one.
Marcie was in her local community centre one day and was painting a picture. The caretaker said he had to go off for an hour and he would lock her in the building, if she wanted to finish off her painting. Marcie agreed and said that would be great as I really love painting. Mr Murphy the caretaker went off and locked Marcie into the community centre. Her shoulders and arms got a little tired from painting so she decided to walk around. She went into a room at the end of the corridor when she had not been before and there in the middle of the floor was a wonderful purple multi-coloured bean bag with numbers and letters written into the material. She thought how inventive and sat on it to see if it was cosy. It was very cosy and comfy and she loved the vibrant colours in it. She dragged it back up the corridor to the room where she was painting and decided to get a clean canvas and paint an image that she thought would also look nice on the bean bag. In the squares instead of numbers and letters she put pig breed names written in beautiful colours from all around the world. She was so enthusiastic about it she actually finished it really quickly and Mr Murphy came into the room to tell her he was back and ask if she was ok. He saw the painting she had finished and told her it was really good. He said you should send that to the Happy Pig Company and ask them would they like to make a material out of it. Marcie thought this was a wonderful idea and did what he suggested. After discussions and talks the company used her design in their range and Marcie couldn’t have been more proud. She won an award at the community centre for being inventive and getting them a lot of positive advertising. Marcie is still painting and being inventive especially when she is sitting on her purple bean bag.