The 1970s Throwback You Didn’t Know You Needed
Tuft & Needle, the local brand that revolutionized the mattress industry, is putting a grown-up twist on an iconic 1970s staple. It’s newest product, The Pouch, which resembles a beanbag chair in shape and style, replaces traditional polystyrene pellets with Tuft & Needle’s proprietary Adaptive Foam, the same material used in its popular mattresses and pillows, which prevents lumps and holds its shape. “We needed comfy seating around our office, and we couldn’t find anything that was elegant, functional, and in the right price point,” says Tuft & Needle product designer Tyler Marino about the chair’s evolution.
Created for luxurious comfort, the soft, quilted cover—available in three stylish hues—is fully removable and machine-washable. “A quick fluff from time to time will keep it looking as good as new,” says Marino. “Our Pouch is ‘the better bean bag.’ It is the perfect size for any person and harnesses the casual elegance to fit any and every room aesthetic.” $450 (tuftandneedle.com)