Sunday, 29 November 2015

Ollie & Leila kids bean bag chair review*

If you recently read my blog post about Ava's room you'll know that I love children's interiors, be it bedroom furniture or accessories. And although I would say that Ava's room is 95% complete, I'm always looking for little bits and bobs to make it a little more special.

We were recently sent this gorgeous bean bag chair from Ollie & Leila to review. Ollie & Leila specialise in children's interiors and handmade furniture, making everything in Britain. 

Before receiving the chair I was concerned that it might be one of those that you need to stuff yourself with the polystyrene balls, but I needn't have worried. It came ready stuffed and good to go.  

The chair is also nice and supportive, meaning that when your child sits in it there is enough filling in the chair to keep the back straight, and not loose & floppy. This is quite an important factor in my opinion as I would hate to see Ava sat in a chair that gave her bad posture. It says a lot about the quality of the product and the Ollie & Leila bean bag chair definitely ticks those boxes.

There are 3 different designs to choose from: boats, hearts and the one that we chose, roses. The lining is 100% cotton, soft yet hard wearing, perfect for toddlers. Although, unfortunately it states that the chair is dry clean only, a removable, washing machine friendly cover would probably be more practical given the messy nature of toddlers.

I haven't yet decided where the chair is going to live, it's been flitting between her bedroom and the front room but I do like the idea of a little reading nook in her bedroom. It goes nicely with the girly decor in there.

The Ollie & Leila bean bag chair make the perfect addition to a child's bedroom or playroom. They retail at £59 and can be found on their website.

*We were sent the Ollie & Leila bean bag chair free of charge in exchange for an honest review. Thoughts are 100% my own.
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