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Postby freedlabel » Sun Aug 27, 2006 8:53 pm

anyone know where to get good quality bean bags and sofa chairs? im not talking about the ones in ikea, more of specialised shops.
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Re: bean bags and sofa chair

Postby ruk » Mon Aug 28, 2006 7:41 am

freedlabel wrote:anyone know where to get good quality bean bags and sofa chairs? im not talking about the ones in ikea, more of specialised shops.


Beanbags - I saw 2 weeks ago in Isetan, Lot 10 ~ unique design bean bags and on sale too. I wanted to get one myself but the idea of it being scratched by my cats stopped me. Last night I went to Isetan but I didnt see them. But you can check it at their stores in Lot 10 and KLCC ~ see whether they still have them. There's also one side stall in the Curve (located near the food court) which sells different designs of bean bags too.....very attractive but pricey. I saw one in the design of a tiger.

Sofa chairs ~ you can check out Rozel, Fella Design, Macy, Harvey Norman. These shops can be found in either Midvalley, The Curve or in Jalan Ampang. Go check at Mid valley ~ a couple of furniture stores there . If prices are of no concern to you ~ think you should be able t find something there.
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Postby teapot » Mon Aug 28, 2006 2:36 pm

If you really want customized ones, check out tailors.. they are able to sew the cover, and all you need is to buy the filling (beans?). That way you are able to have control over the size, height/width, look/shape, bla blah blah.

There are some furniture shops that will do it for you as well... i hear there is one in SS2 - really decent. You can choose your own material/fabric and then they will sew it accordingly to what you have descibed to them.
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Postby Qwerty. » Tue Aug 29, 2006 1:15 am

Ikea? Next to Ikano Power Centre
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Postby llamasonic » Thu Sep 07, 2006 12:15 pm

we just picked up a cool little bean bag for our toddler from macys at 'the curve' - they also sell the beads, 25rm a kilo.
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