Each week as we're packaging up our luxury beanbags and loungers, we imagine where they're heading off to - to modern city apartments or family homes, bound for an outdoor room or a kids space...
Here's a round-up of some of the most stylish, contemporary spaces we spotted online this week - paired up with its perfect Lujo match!
It's probably no surprise that this stunning space belongs to one of Melbourne's best interior designers. We love the coastal-cool colour palette, and that designer chair is to die for. Those floor cushions aren't very practical though, and we can totally envisage one of our giant floor cushions here instead. Our brand new duo shade would be perfect - with dark taupe on the bottom and a clean soft grey on top.
When we added this modern mustard colour to our range of designer beanbags, we imagined it in colourful, contemporary homes like this one. We're absolutely smitten with that dusky pink couch! Not to mention the massive painting, and that chunky woollen throw. Such a swoonworthy space.
Loving the simplicity and american desert-style landscaping in this private outdoor garden. The designer butterfly chairs look very cool, but they're definitely not a good choice if you want to feel comfortable and stable. We'd love to see a pair of our designer outdoor beanbag chairs and an ottoman here. We'd choose the deep grey shade, in keeping with the sophisticated styling and the dark trim on the house.
Scandinavian decorating isn't just for Swedes! It's fast becoming the most popular interior design style, characterised by clean lines, plenty of white and soft grey as the base palette, layered with natural textures. One of our designer beanbag ottomans would make for a gorgeous coffee table here - in light taupe (pictured) or our Scandi-style mist grey.
Oh, how we'd love french doors on our bedroom - to open it right out to the outdoors, with a sunny spot to sit, sip on coffee and read. One of our outdoor beanbag chairs would be perfect here - comfy enough to while away an entire Sunday morning in the sun. We'd choose our new colour, Spa, to add a little dash of colour (albeit still very serene colour) to the look.
Another one for our fellow colour lovers! This itty bitty living room makes up for personality what it lacks in style. If you're trying to create a really lived-in feel at your place, take cues from this space - don't be afraid to mix vintage finds and travel treasures with modern pieces, embrace colour, and add a couple of plants to make any house more of a home. We think one of our smaller beanbag ottomans would be cool here, as a low coffee table that also doubles as a footstool.