Acoustic Sofa Bean Bags
As a seasoned musician would tell you, it's often harder to hit the low notes and keep them strong, powerful and stable. It's the same for low seated bean bags which traditionally had no shape that resembled designer furniture at all. What makes this low and wide Blue Jazz Acoustic Sofa so amazing is that it retains its designer form using the revolutionary Ambi-spring system of internal elastics. Combine that with thick quilting, an ultra-wide seating area that would comfortably seat the booty of even the biggest New Orleans Jazz singer and a beautiful blue fabric and you have stumbled upon the recipe for better living room living.
Our team of interior designers wanted a blue in the range but not one that was too deep in colour so the freshness was lost or one that was too bright that would be too childish. They created a beautiful mid blue with a black undertone that will compliment many more interior schemes and retain superb sophistication. The name "blue jazz" says it all as it combines a few blues with black and a just a dash of white. See swatch for more visual details.
Made from a durable hard-wearing fabric that has multi-layer aesthetic qualities and supreme tactility. Suitable for anything from commercial design projects, hotels, living rooms and kids playrooms.
100% Polyester 580gm weight.
Dimensions of Acoustic Sofa Filled:
|Weight (cover)||3.7 kg|
Rec. Filling Instructions: The Acoustic Sofa takes approx 300 litres of beans, but this may vary a little depending on the filling mix. The back of the product needs to be filled tightly, whilst the base should be quite giving and slightly baggy in order to be uber comfortable. Note that the ‘Ambient Lounge’ label should be on the right hand side of the product which means that the sofa is correctly positioned.
Step 1. Open the back compartment (using a zip tool or paper clip)and pull out the Funnelweb tube from inside the product. Zip the Funnelweb bag of beans onto the tube and lift the bag of beans to allow the filling to run into the beanbag. As you do this, massage and pat the outside of the beanbag to ensure you work the beans past the internal strapping and get as much filling in there as you can. Once you have filled to capacity, unzip the Funnelweb Bag of beans, (leaving a little still in the tube), and set the remaining beans to one side. Zip the tube closed and push it inside the beanbag until you can close the zipper. The beanbag back should now be tight and firm.
Step 2. Follow the same process with the seating section of the beanbag, but now make sure that you only fill it to around 80% full. Leaving the Funnelweb Bag of beans still attached, test the seat by pushing down with your hands to make sure it will sink down considerably when one is sitting on it. you can then add or remove beans until the comfort level suits you, then unzip the Funnelweb Bag and zip closed the opening to the beanbag seat.