There are a lot of things that we loved as kids that we’re expected to grow out of. But here’s the thing: many of the things we enjoyed as kids are still awesome today. Whether it’s the high percentage of adults who still sleep with stuffed animals, the childless adults who regularly go to theme parks or the rise of barcades (that’s bar + arcade), it’s very common for adults to find ways to enjoy the things they loved as kids.
As a kid, your favorite place to sit may very well have been a bean bag chair. Luckily for you, It’s not hard to find one that’ll suit you as an adult. The main thing to look for when shopping for a bean bag chair is size. Chances are you’re a little taller than you were in elementary school, so you’ll need a bean bag chair that you can really sink into. These three options are large enough for adults and replace beads with foam for extra comfort. Just don’t be surprised if you don’t want to give up your spot.
1. CordaRoy’s Chenille Bean Bag Chair
This bean bag chair is great for small apartments because it can serve multiple functions. Unzip it, and it converts from a chair to a bed. It comes in full, queen, and king.
Pros: Converts from chair to bed.
Cons: Some felt that it had too little foam, but if requested the company will ship more foam for free.
2. Chill Sack Bean Bag Chair
If you’re big or tall and worried about finding a big enough bean bag, this absolutely enormous chair should assuage those fears. It comes in plenty of colors, so it can suit any room or style.
Pros: Made in the US and comes in the most colors of any option on this list.
Cons: Despite its size, some felt it could still use more foam.
3. Big Joe Fuf Foam Filled Bean Bag Chair
This bean bag chair comes in a variety of sizes and features handles for easy moving. It’ll bring comfort to your body, as well as your mind. That’s because Big Joe focuses on environmental responsibility by upcycling used foam and reducing waste in their factory.
Pros: Affordable, environmentally responsible and comes with carrying handles.
Cons: Takes several days to a week to reach full size. May come with chemical smell out of the box, which will dissipate.