Butterfly Sofa Bean Bags
You wont be able to comprehend the support and comfort of this stunning 2-tone black XL bean bag. Has it got a solid structure inside? No ... it's filled with bean bag beans. Then how can it have such great support and shape? Well it's made with a special technique pioneered by Ambient Lounge which combines internal elastics and thick quilting, strong premium fabric and clever design. This is the ultimate affordable living room furniture that will give your contemporary space a modern feel. The fabric is very special too. As they say, when you go black, you will never look back.
The classic black is made fresh and contemporary due to the two tone texture with a slightly lighter deep charcoal fibre. Designed to go with almost any colour palate within your Interior space. See swatch for visual reference.
This has a lovely texture but is a heavyweight and very hard wearing fabric. It's a two tone rectangular weave with a slightly lighter black fabric to give it extra depth. A fabric that is made for high end sofas, the Black sapphire is too good to use on a bean bag sofa.
70% Polyester, 30% Acrylic, 25% Cotton, 610gm weight.
Dimensions of Butterfly Sofa Filled:
|Weight (cover)||3.8 kg
Filling a Butterfly Sofa is recommended with 420-450 litres of high quality beads (depending on personal comfort levels).
Rec. Filling Instructions: First note that there are two filling copartment for the Butterfly Sofa Design, on for the back and one for the base (seating area). It's recommended the back compartment is filled nice & tight and the seating area is a little more loosely filled for best comfort & style. Always use Ambient Lounge safety locking zip tool or paper clip to open the child proof safety zips on the bean bag cover.
Step 1. Open back compartment & attach 300 litres Funnelweb bag securely to back compartment gusset first. Zip & tip letting gravity do most of the work. Fill back compartment as tightly as possible so that Butterfly Sofa frame is firm and supportive. To ensure that all beads compact inside, as the compartment becomes full - you should shake and 'push' beads so that they are able to get in and behind the elastic supports. Pat down the outer fabric of the bag firmly so that beans can shift freely and move down compartment inside. Once tighly filled (so that can't get any more beans inside) close the inner gusset bag and outer cover zip.
Step 2. Open seating compartment and attach the Funnelweb or smaller 150lt bag of beads. Zip & Tip letting gravity do most of the work. Keeping the funnelweb attached, flip the bean bag and sit on it to test the filling levels satisfy your personal comfort levels. When filled to most comfortable level - unzip, close the inner gusset bag and outer cover zip. Keep spare beads in a funnelweb or transport bag for top ups when the beads inevitably compress a little over time.