A pouf has long been regarded as complementing a lounge suite: two armchairs, a coffee table and a pouf. When there are more people than armchairs, guests can join the party by enjoying tea or coffee on this additional seat. A pouf also springs to mind when sinking comfortably into an armchair to read a book, and some foot support is needed.
When in the 1960s Italian designers introduced the first Sacco chair (bean bag chair) on the market, the word pouf acquired an entirely new meaning. A Bean bag, a sako bag, or a sako pouf is a sack filled with light styrofoam granulate, perfect for relaxing and unwinding.
Neither a fast-paced life, days spent working nine to five at a desk, nor stress is good for our well-being. We should take care to turn our home into a place where we can relax, away from the everyday hustle and bustle. So, we should organise it accordingly to ensure the ideal environment for unwinding and relaxing.
The first item to be removed should be the TV set, replaced by elements of interior design to create a cosy atmosphere with furniture that guarantees comfort. The MIUKI pouffs are an alternative to traditional furniture such as armchairs or sofas, which are generally considered indispensable. Miukis offer a great, original and relaxing opportunity for an afternoon siesta.
The Miuki range includes a large, comfortable Office pouf, designed and recommended for office spaces. It can be used like a comfortable armchair, but when inverted, the pouf becomes a comfortable couch to lie on while making phone calls or working on a tablet or laptop. More and more large offices have relaxation areas filled with sacks, poufs or hammocks - just to help us unwind.
For outdoor use, we offer models with covers made of special material. Among a variety of recommended fabrics we have waterproof covers and materials which are also mould-proof and heat-resistant.
(from an article by Dagna Kurdwanowska: “The gift of laziness”)
Have a great, relaxing time!