Briana Shepherd Chair September 07th, 2018 - 13:51:36
Porch rocking chairs will not only add comfort to your front porch, but they also give a "come and stay a while" feel for anyone that comes over. Rocking chairs have been around for years on front porches because they make the perfect place for sitting and enjoying conversation.
This would be an excellent product to sell on-line. If you are able to open a store and sell on-line, you will be able to reach a vast amount of buyers. The internet proves to be a good choice where you can create a website to display pictures of your beanbag chairs on the website. Include all of the information on what is available for people to order from you. Since these chairs (filled with polystyrene) won't be very heavy, they should be easy to ship also. You will want to ship with companies that charge by weight and not size.
A typical quality beanbag chair will have a durable muslin inner bag that holds the beans, or filling. Then it has an outer cover that can later be taken off and laundered as needed, this cover has a zipper on it (or Velcro closures). It takes 3-5 yards of fabric each for the inner case and the outer cover of an adult size chair, the outer cover will need a long zipper (or Velcro). Each adult chair requires about 6 cu. feet of filling.
Office recliner chairs can be adjusted to three levels from erect, when you need to work for several straight hours to reclined, when you are having casual conversations to practically flat when you want to take a short nap during lunch break. You can also adjust these chairs to a fixed position or change the height of the arm rest for your comfort.
These fun-loving chairs are quite popular and easy to make. If you enjoy sewing, this is a 'business idea' that might appeal to you. The profits are quite good too; these chairs are just a big bag full of stuffing or beans. The popular filling these days is polystyrene pellets because they are lightweight. So there isn't a lot of sewing required, you don't even need to put a zipper on it, unless you want to.
I wrote a piece recently on cool chairs. It got me to thinking how easy it would be to set up a little business creating really funky chairs out of materials found for free or nearly free just about anywhere. It is a lot easier to find used industrial parts than people realize. Often these parts can be cleaned up, polished, stained or painted and with a little creativity, turned into beautiful pieces of furniture that double as terrific conversation items.