A consideration when choosing a beanbag is your type of filling. The filled bag is more common bean polystyrene beads, which are small foam balls, made of a plastic polymer. Similar filler used polyvinyl granules made of a thermoplastic polymer of vinyl chloride. Some kid bean bag chairs are filled with shredded polyurethane foam, polystyrene foam is often used to fill the sofas and chairs.
Some manufacturers offer organic fillers. They can range from synthetic organic beads reused materials such as dried beans. The size of the grains or granules used to fill the kid bean bag chairs can vary significantly. The most common size of bead is from 1 to 9 mm diameter.
The color of the kid bean bag chairs affects how well wise-decoration work in a playroom. Bright, vibrant colors and patterns are the best in the children’s play area. Fabric texture is another consideration. Some bags of beans have a stain, cover plastic like, and others have a cover or soft cotton fleece. A final consideration is the synthetic versus organic fabric. While puff covered are traditionally made of synthetic materials, a number of manufacturers offer organic, such as organic cotton options covered.