Nothing says "comfy" like a papasan or bowl chair. Originating in the Philippines and Japan, these chairs made their way to Europe and the United States with World War II soldiers who brought the style back with them. The chairs are usually made of rattan but can be constructed out of other materials as well.
They consist of a bowl-shaped seat on a stand that will allow the seat to move, rock or turn around. There is a loveseat sized version called the "mamasan" chair, as well. The chairs are traditionally padded with a round or oblong futon-like cushion, which just adds to their snuggly comfort. But what happens when those pads get dirty? They are way too big to throw into a washing machine. That is where papasan (or mamasan) cushion covers come in. They fit neatly over the cushion, protecting it from dust, dirt, and spills. They come in solids, prints, stripes, plaids of blocks of color -- just about any material or design you can think of.
They extend the life of the pads and keep your papasan chair looking great for many years. They also enable changing styles so that your chair will fit in with a wide variety of interior design themes. If you want, you can even have a papasan cushion cover for every day of the week, or for a variety of occasions.
They are so easy to slip off the cushion and pop into the wash, they take the worry out of maintaining your home environment.