Funiture In The News: Comfort Research Cozies Up With Disney

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The Disney Collection is the newest addition to the Comfort Research family of bean bag furniture.

It features silk-screened, soft gabardine fabric and is filled with UltimaX Beans.  Each of the different bean bags is decorated with favorite Disney or Disney Pixar characters--from the Disney Princesses to Cars, Toy Story, Fairies and Phineas & Ferb. Comfort Research will add Muppet characters later this year.

Sizes and shapes range from small, kid-sized round bags and fun kid-sized club chair bean bags to tear drop bags which are ideal for teens and adults.

Comfort Research fills its chairs with UltimaX Beans, which have been engineered to be loftier, longer lasting and up to 20 percent more dense than ordinary polystyrene beans.

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