Better Homes & Gardens Fabric Cushion Papasan Chair
Last updated date: December 15, 2020
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Editor's Note December 15, 2020:
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This round, pale-gray papasan chair provides an inviting sanctuary for relaxation. The 4.5-inch cushion is covered with a Sherpa-style top that you can really sink into. The chair is 44.9 inches long by 44.9 inches wide by 33.5 inches high, and the dark brown steel frame is finished with a faux wicker design.
In our analysis, the Better Homes Better Homes & Gardens Fabric Cushion Papasan Chair placed 2nd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Sink into the soft, fleecy cushion and you?ll agree that the Better Homes & Gardens Papasan Chair with Sherpa Cushion just might be the best seat in the house. Designed with a sturdy steel frame and faux wicker accents, this casual chair features a soft 4.5" thick tufted seat cushion topped with Sherpa-style upholstery to create an inviting seating option for one adult. Perfect for creating a relaxed look in living rooms, dens, family rooms, playrooms, kids? rooms, bedrooms, and more, the Better Homes & Gardens Papasan Chair with Sherpa Cushion has a chair bowl that securely attaches to the base for comfort and stability. Easy to assemble with the included instructions, this papasan chair's cushion cover is made from 100% polyester that is hand-wash only with non-chlorine bleach when needed. Lay flat to dry. Cool iron if necessary. Do not dry clean.
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An Overview On Papasan Chairs
Papasan chairs are bowl-shaped chairs that are usually made of rattan. You may be more familiar with the phrase “moon chairs,” a 1970s term for these comfortable seats that are making a big comeback. They are lightweight, versatile and extremely comfortable.
Papasan chairs have large, round cushions and work well for most body types. They usually have a base, cushion basket, cushion and sometimes a separate cushion cover. The cushions come in different thicknesses and can be filled with different materials. The covers can be made from fleece, polyester, faux fur and other fabrics.
Remember that a quality cushion is just as important as a sturdy frame. A thin cushion will not provide as much support, but some buyers may not require that extra padding. See if the product description shows how thick that cushion actually is.
These chairs are not heavy, but they can be large, so measure your area before making a purchase. Look for features like folding frames, which make them easier to transport, move or store away.
The Papasan Chair Buying Guide
- Classic papasan chairs have real or faux wicker or rattan used in their frames. Natural rattan can be quite expensive, so you may prefer a more affordable option.
- Most papasan chair product descriptions will include the measurements, so look for that information when comparing chairs.
- Check to see how much weight the chair can accommodate. Putting too much weight on the chair can cause it to break, which can cause injuries.
- Some papasan chair cushions are made with welted sides, which can make the cushion more durable.
- There are indoor and outdoor papasan chairs, so if you plan to use it outdoors make sure that it is built for that purpose.
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