Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 11:27:12 AM. Papasan Chair. By Dylan Boutet.
If you are one of the millions of people who has owned a papasan chair for years and is now trying to decide whether to sell it at an online auction, donate it to charity or simply throw it away, you might want to stop for a minute and reconsider your options. Although there are people who are convinced that the days of the papasan chair are long over, there are also those who believe that they can still be used as a major feature in modern interior design.
Traditionally, papasan chairs are handcrafted from rattan or wicker - most of them are still actually created in this manner, particularly those that are imported from Asian Countries like the Philippines and Indonesia. However, for customers who have a more modern preference in terms of furniture design, there are also newer designs of papasan chairs that are made of lightweight steel or even plastic.
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