Chewbacca bean bag chair perfect for Star Wars fans

Bean bags are used since the 1970s when they were known as Socco. The greatest thing about bean bag chairs is the wide range of material, colors, shapes and sizes to match your style. Nowadays, they have become one of the trendiest furniture piece used to bring relaxed comfort to homes. We have also featured a few bean bag chairs including the Snorlax bean bag chair and the pricey bean bag chair by Alexander Wang which are worth the buck. Usually, people have fancy for uniquely-shaped bean bags, so today, we are featuring a Star Wars-inspired bean bag that can be used to add epic galactic essence to any room in your home, from the family room or your man cave to a kids’ playroom.

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Made of a combination of modacrylic, acrylic, and polyester Sherpa; this bean bag chair in shape of your favorite Wookie Chewbacca is really a cool addition to any space. Its innovative shape is ideal to relax after a stressful day at work, while hairy surface gives it interesting looks. Perfect for kids’ room, the Star Wars Chewbacca bean bag chair serves as both a snug seat and an attractive item. This uniquely-shaped bean bag chair is comfortable for naps during the day.

If you are looking for modern Star Wars furniture, the Chewbacca bean bag chair is a good choice. It is available complete with filling for $279, or you can buy only the slipcover for $169 at PBteen.

This Chewbacca bean bag chair is perfect for Star Wars fans

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This Chewbacca bean bag chair is perfect for Star Wars fans

Image: PBkids

Image: PBkids

Image: PBkids

Image: PBkids

Image: PBkids

Image: PBkids

Via: Geekologie

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