By Dylan Boutet. Papasan Chair. Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 07:26:21 AM.
Despite the prediction of some people that the papasan will become the "Stair Master of the future" there are still a lot of Americans who like keeping this piece of furniture in their homes, and not just for the sake of hanging on to their past. Following are some of the excellent reasons why you might also want to include a papasan chair or two in your home:
The papa-what? This would probably be the reaction of most young people today when they hear about papasan chairs. It's perfectly understandable though because papasan chairs are not that popular anymore these days, unlike in the 1970s when practically every home in the United States had at least one of these chairs.
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.
So does this mean that overweight people won't be able to enjoy the experience of lounging in a papasan chair? Not necessarily. These days, there are modern versions of the papasan chair that are made with a more durable material than rattan or wicker. Some of the materials that you can choose from are a stronger type of wood and steel. There are even a few papasan chairs today whose frames are made entirely of PVC, and they are said to be able to comfortably seat a person weighing as much as 400 pounds.
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