Giant Bean Bags Come In All Shapes Sizes & Colors

Bean bags are great for just about any space. Sure, they may not be professional decor or what grandma chooses to sit in when she visits. However, bean bags are fun and can be utilized throughout the home in different locations. Every home is different, so you have to think about where you might want to put a few giant bean bags. These beanbags come in all sizes, and they are made of different materials and feature different designs.

One thing you want to think about when you are going to purchase a bean bag is that you want it to be as durable as possible. The last thing you want is it leaking beans a week after you get it. Gigantic bean bags can be repaired, but you want a product that is going to last. Who is going to be using the bean bag chairs? Many times, it’s kids, teenagers, college students and the likes. They can be a little rough, so a bean bag made of a more durable material is always best.

So far, you’ve been introduced to the idea of buying bean bags for your home, and the targeted demographics were mentioned. However, when thinking about giant 8 ft bean bags, you may not have realized that adults everywhere are using them with some pillows. If you don’t believe me, search images of these things and look at how big they can be. See how adults sit down comfortably in them without being too low to the ground or an in uncomfortable position.

Bean bags are for everyone if they are large enough, even for grandma when she comes over to visit. Imagine how much of a hit that would be with the grandchildren. Now, typically you imagine a 7 ft bean bag to be a certain shape, but these bean bags are available in different shapes and of course different sizes. What some consider to be a large bean bag pales in comparison to some of the choices out there.

We’re talking about bean bags that are designed to be large enough to be chairs. Another type of chair you might be interested in is our review of the KD Smart Chair. They can be formed in fact to make what looks like to be a chair. Of course, the bean bags that are larger and well constructed can be a lot more expensive than other ones out there. Furthermore, there are also bean bags that are made wit memory foam. Isn’t that a giant bean bag  bed, though?

They call them bean bags, and I’m certainly not knocking the products. Memory foam bean bags sound really nice, but at the same time, it makes you miss the originals. There are certainly giant bean bags filled with little beads or beans just like you remember.

What type of bean bag do you want? Do you just just one, or are you wanting to accessorize your home décor with multiple bean bags? Discover what’s out there, and then you can start deciding which type of bean bag and which price point works best for you and your home.


IN THE NAME OF PAINTING – Opposites attract – Three solo exhibitions.
“Mario Schifano 70”, by the Giraldi – Livorno Gallery
“Sergio Vacchi – Volte Face”, organized by the gallery Screw – Catania
“Walter Native: a protagonist of abstract art”, organized by the Nozzoli Gallery – Empoli, in collaboration with the ‘Archive Native
HERMANN HESSE – The watercolors of a great writer. Tribute for the fiftieth anniversary
edited by Gregory Rossi Valentina Campatelli
LUCA ALINARI – “The origin of the senses”
edited by Artpoint Gallery – Florence
ANTONIO NUNZIANTE – “… towards the light”
edited by Artinvest Group LTD – Rivoli (To)
SCULTORI IN FOUNDRY – The lost wax casting from the source to the contemporary. The bronze magic.
From dream to life
edited by Cerriarte Gallery – Castiglione Del Lago (Pg) in collaboration with the Artistic Foundry Del Giudice
edited by Dino and Dino Pasquali Tiezzi
“From the Accademia NEW PROPOSALS” exhibiting the best students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Urbino
Initiative: Queen Nobrez and Riccardo Tartaglia Tartaglia Art Gallery
Friday 27 17.30
“In the name of the painting – Mario Schifano, Gualtiero Native, Sergio Vacchi, Luca Alinari –
Opposites attract ”
Speaker: Prof. Giovanni Faccenda
Saturday 28 at 17:00
“Museums and public collections of contemporary art in the territory of Arezzo”
Speaker: Dr. Michael Loffredo

Saturday 28 at 18.00
“HERMANN HESSE, watercolors by a great writer”
Speakers: Eva Hesse (grandson of the writer) and Gregory Rossi

Sunday 29 11:30 am
“The alchemy of the fusion of art”
Speakers: Patrizia Cerri Gallery, Sarah Del Giudice Art Teacher,
Giacomo Del Giudice Master smelter
Sunday 29 at 17:00
“Antonio Nunziante … towards the light”
Speaker: Prof. Gianmarco Props

Sunday 29 18.00
Measures “Save The Bean Bags” = Measures “Save Art”
Speakers: Artist Ennio Calabria, Luigi Martini Table Coordinator “For Contemporary Art”
Enrico Lombardi Gallery

Artistic Director

The Artistic Director is responsible for organizing events of major importance:

idea in 1988 and organized the first edition of “Etruriarte” Exhibition of Modern and Contemporary Art to be held in Venturina (LI) for 11 years; then it is called to organize the first edition of “Artists at the Fair” at fair in Parma and “Arte Europa Reggio 2000” in Reggio Emilia fair. For six years he was artistic director at the Municipal Gallery of Modern Art of the City of Piombino, in January 2006 had the appointment of a consultant and Artistic Director for the Italian section of “Tokyo Art Collection of Gigantic Bean Bags“, Japanese Art Fair organized in Tokyo’s main exhibition center. Since 1999 he ‘s Artistic Director of “IMAGINE” exhibition of Modern and Contemporary Art is organized at the Fiera di Reggio Emilia; from 2011 he was Artistic Director and Organisational Artexpo Arezzo, organized by “Arezzo Fiere e Congressi.” He is currently Chairman of the ‘Cultural Artistic Association which he founded in Piombino in 1973.

His work as a bean bag artist is visible on his  site.

General Information

Artistic director:
Renzo Mezzacapo
The event is organized by:
Promotion Center Artistic s.p.a. Piombino in collaboration with the Municipality of Arezzo and Arezzo Fiere e Congressi LTD

Arezzo Fiere e Congressi LTD
President of Bean Bags Andrea Sereni
Director Raul Barbieri
Via Spallanzani, 23
52100 Arezzo-Italy
tel. +3905759361
Artistic Promotion Center
Via Leonardo da Vinci, 7
57025 Piombino (LI)
Tel and Fax 0565 221314
Cell. 347 7799376
Secretariat, Booking, Information:
Promotion Center Artistic S.A.S.
Via Leonardo da Vinci, 7
57025 Piombino (LI)
Tel and Fax 0565 221314
Opening Hours to the Public:
Friday 27 from 16 to 20
Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 from 10 am to 20
Monday 30 from 10 am to 13
Friday 27 at 17:00
Entrance ticket:
€ 10.00