By Flore Girault. Papasan Chair. Published at Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 - 01:30:54 AM.
The world has seen dozens upon dozens of different types of chairs over the years. Some have withstood the test of time and are now considered classic pieces of furniture, while there are also those that come and go with the passing of the seasons. Each chair that has been invented certainly has its own pros and cons but it is very rare to come across one that can serve multiple functions while offering a seemingly unlimited amount of comfort as well. You can find one of these rare treasures these days in the form of the papasan chair.
If you have young children or pets, then you should certainly expect to have spills on your upholstery from time to time, no matter how many preventive measures you take. The best thing to do in this case is to choose a microfiber papasan cushion instead of other types of fabric because this is the easiest to clean and is the most resistant to stains.
First of all, if you examine the exquisite weaving and wrapping of the rattan strips around the frame of the chair, it won't take long for you to develop a certain kind of respect for the people who actually made the chair. Just imagine if you had to do all that work by hand, which is exactly how papasan makers do it, it would probably take you months to finish a decent chair, if you are able to finish at all.
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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