Zanotta Sacco - bag a 1960s classic
The bean bag might not seem obviously 60s, but the Zanotta Sacco dates back to 1968 - which means it is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
Designed by Cesare Paolini, Piero Gatti and Franco Teodoro, the Sacco was the first mass-produced bean bag chair, packed full of polystyrene pellets and shaped to offer overall comfort, as well as some support for our head and neck. And it's still available today, looking every bit the modern piece of design with a range of new colours to chose from.
You can pick one up for £373.50.
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