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Floor seat recommendation

I have recliner sofa in the theater room which take most of the space directly in front of the screen. I was looking to get another one for the side wall but that will make it too crowded. So I'm looking for some recommendations for floor seats. Some that mostly kids will be using but should be sturdy enough for adults as well. Looked at bean bag chairs but doesn't look like they last long plus not very comfortable.

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If you google gaming floor chairs you get another list of what look like much more comfortable chairs.
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I have recliner sofa in the theater room which take most of the space directly in front of the screen. I was looking to get another one for the side wall but that will make it too crowded. So I'm looking for some recommendations for floor seats. Some that mostly kids will be using but should be sturdy enough for adults as well. Looked at bean bag chairs but doesn't look like they last long plus not very comfortable.



Any other suggestion?


We have had 3 royal sacks (large bean bags) https://kingbeany.com/products/royal-sack for years - large enough and comfortable for adults.


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Check out saucer or moon chairs. Lots of different colors and styles out there. They’re usually comfortable and easy to fold up and store when you don’t need them.
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I really struggled with the same question as we have fairly deep but narrow theatre with only 4 HT seats. I ended up trying the Walmart Lounge & Co bean bag chairs (shaped like a tear drop) which the kids love. We have three of those and will likely get a fourth.

They store away nicely in the mechanical room. I find them very comfortable, particularly with one to sit in and one as a foot rest. These bean bag chairs can be formed (by wiggling in them a bit before fully committing) so you actually have back and head support. I have never had a bean bag chair so their non-Newtonian behaviour was something I wasn't familiar with.
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