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Sit in comfort and style with our indoor and outdoor bean bags. They're uniquely shaped and come in a range of designs, colours, and sizes to suit most activities. You can relax in a lounging bean bag chair to read a book or share a seat under a gazebo while socialising with friends.


While indoor bean bags can be left around the house, you should take care of your outdoor ones by keeping them in a secure garden storage box. Maintenance is key to keeping your bean bags clean and in good condition, and in return, they’ll last for years to come. Check out the collection at All Round Fun.

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The health benefits of owning a bean bag:

  • Improves posture - Whatever position you choose to sit in, your bean bag will mould to support every inch of your body, making it great for good posture.
  • Soothes back pain - Sitting on hard sofas or chairs can affect your natural posture, but a bean bag will fit around and support your body’s natural position.
  • Relieves stress - Sitting on a bean bag can result in a relaxed sensation which can boost productivity, which is great for those who work from home.
  • Reduces tension headaches - Furniture can play a huge role in tension headaches, but because bean bags support your posture, they can help to ease them.
  • Eases muscle and joint pain - The lack of support that other furniture offers means that even doctors recommend bean bags to help with pain in your muscles and joints.

3 tips to clean your bean bag

  • Clean stains quickly - If you make a mess or notice a stain on your bean bag, it’s best to clean it immediately. Wipe away the spill and pour a pea-sized amount (increase the amount for larger stains) of washing up liquid on the stain. Leave it for half an hour before you use a damp washcloth with cold water to scrub the stain away. Warm water can cause the stain to set, so always stick to cold water when spot cleaning your bean bag.
  • Wash removable covers - If your bean bag has a removable cover, larger stains can be treated in the washing machine. For really tough stains, you should soak the unzipped cover in cold water with a clothes or fabric stain remover for 5-10 minutes before putting the cover in the washing machine. The cover should be washed on the delicate cycle and in cold water with a small amount of detergent. Don’t use any fabric conditioner.
  • Take care of special materials - Some chairs won’t be able to be cleaned using the above methods. Materials like suede, vinyl, plush, and faux fur will require special care when cleaning. Not taking the right precautions can damage the quality and appearance of the bean bag. Some tips on cleaning delicate materials include:
    • Suede -Use a damp terry towel to rub messes. For persistent stains, use a 2:1 ratio of water to vinegar. Use a metal suede brush to scrub the stain in circular motions. Spray on a water-resistant protective spray to finish.
    • Vinyl -Use a spoonful of baking soda and a few drops of warm water to create a paste. Apply it to the stain and use a soft-bristled toothbrush to gently scrub out the stain. Use a damp cloth to wipe away the paste.
    • Plush -Use dry paper towels to remove dust and vacuum the bean bag regularly with a brush attachment. If you notice any stains, use a soft-bristle hairbrush to try and remove them. You should skip soap and water unless necessary.
    • Faux fur -Use an attachment brush on your vacuum to clean up dirt and spot clean with a professional-grade upholstery cleaner. Or, use a few pumps of mild liquid hand soap and hand wash with cold water. Let it soak for 15-20 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with a damp cloth and ring it out. Apply a mixture of fabric softener and cold water, then let it soak for 10 minutes. Use a damp cloth to rinse the material carefully. Towel dry it to start and then let it fan dry. Once fully dry, gently brush the fur with a wide-toothed comb.

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