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As the population becomes educated on the many benefits that bean bag chairs offers, the demand for a larger selection continues to grow. Here at Bean Bag Chair Pros, we are committed to selling the best and most affordable selection possible. Our site is filled with high-quality, comfortable, durable and...

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The Versatility of Beanbag Chairs

Oct 16, 2012 by Bean Bag Chair Pros

If you are considering adding a beanbag chair to your space, but you are not sure if it will get used or not, you should know that they are voted as one of the most versatile pieces of furniture you can buy. Why else do you think so many people still have their old trusted chair from the 70s? The old styles may not be as attractive or offer the same thoughtful features, but they have one thing in common; they were made to last!

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Why Many People Prefer Quilted Hammocks

Jun 04, 2012 by Hammock Pros

Although rope varieties are classic and fabric offers some exceptional patterns, quilted hammocks are quickly becoming a preferred choice for a long list of reasons.

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Children’s Bean Bag Chairs – Why Parents Love Them

May 15, 2012 by Bean Bag Chair Pros

Children’s bean bag chairs have a lot more to offer than just cool seating! When your child asks for one of these fun, comfortable and stylish chairs, this is a piece of furniture you should be excited to buy. Whether you have a toddler, a teenager or a couple in between, bean bag furniture should be featured in every bedroom, play room, media room and dorm for a long list of reasons.

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The Limbo Chair and Earth Day

May 03, 2012 by MeCC Interiors

With thoughts of Earth Day intermingled with spring, I thought this was a great piece of furniture to share and inspire “green” thoughts: the Limbo Chair by Induflex.

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The Enignum Canopy Bed

Apr 16, 2012 by MeCC Interiors

Wow!! I’m really not a traditional kind of girl, nor one that would ever consider a canopy-style bed, but Irish-born designer Joseph Walsh may have changed that with the recent introduction of his Enignum Canopy Bed. It’s a stunning piece of art!

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Furnishings & Buying Canadian

Sep 14, 2011 by MeCC Interiors

For those interested in eco-design, one of the first rules is to buy locally. Though there are a plethora of Canadian-made furnishings available, many are not identified as such in retail stores…until now. Quality Canadian Furniture (QCF) was formed with the goal of helping you “get to know the faces behind the furniture” by the Quebec Furniture Manufacturers’ Association.

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Organic Furnishings by Andrianna Shamaris

Aug 29, 2011 by MeCC Interiors

For those of you who love unique, inspired pieces derived from petrified, reclaimed, and/or organic wood, take a look at Andrianna Shamaris.

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Wood Concrete

Aug 10, 2011 by MeCC Interiors

An interesting new product was presented at IIDEX / NeoCon Canada: Mountain Pine Beetle Wood Concrete, or MPBWC. The concrete-like material was developed at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) in response to the glut of unusable wood fibre left in the wake of the Mountain Pine Beetle devastation.

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Transition Baby Furniture

Aug 04, 2011 by MeCC Interiors

Nursery furniture has come a long way in recent years, with most suites offering long-term growth and functionality. Cribs become training beds before transitioning into full beds. Changing tables can be removed from dressers or desktops. Shelves can be repositioned, added, or removed.

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Organic Furniture Accents

Aug 03, 2011 by MeCC Interiors

Far too many people discard things that are considered “dead” within their natural environment. But reclaimed wood and off-cuts or scraps from other production methods can create stunning pieces in and of themselves.