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A papasan chair (also called a bowl chair or moon chair) is a large rounded bowl-shaped chair with an adjustable angle similar to that of a futon. The bowl rests in an upright frame traditionally made of rattan, but also sometimes made of sturdy wicker or wood. The papasan chair gained popularity when American World War II servicemembers brought them home from Asia, where they had been used in the Philippines and Japan for centuries. The cushion of the chair is typically thick velveteen material filled with cotton fluff. In traditional papasans, the cushion can be removed and used outside of the sturdy frame, although it is hand-wash only. The mamasan chair is a double-seating version, and was introduced to the western world in the 1950s. Prior to that it was in use in far eastern Asia, particularly in Indonesia, Thailand and Japan. It can also be called as double papasan chair which is widely used. Papasan chairs are typically 35–60 inches wide and 35 inches deep.
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Papasan chair

Papasan chair

Papasan chair

A papasan chair (also called a bowl chair or moon chair) is a large rounded bowl-shaped chair with an adjustable angle similar to that of a futon. The bowl rests in an upright frame traditionally made of rattan, but also sometimes made of sturdy wicker or wood. The papasan chair gained popularity when American World War II servicemembers brought them home from Asia, where they had been used in the Philippines and Japan for centuries.[1]

The cushion of the chair is typically thick velveteen material filled with cotton fluff. In traditional papasans, the cushion can be removed and used outside of the sturdy frame, although it is hand-wash only.

The mamasan chair is a double-seating version, and was introduced to the western world in the 1950s. Prior to that it was in use in far eastern Asia, particularly in Indonesia, Thailand and Japan. It can also be called as double papasan chair which is widely used.

Papasan chairs are typically 35–60 inches wide and 35 inches deep.

  1. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20151006044121/http://www.oldworldcharmdecor.com/category/papasan-chair. Archived from the original on October 6, 2015. Retrieved October 5, 2015.  Missing or empty |title= (help)


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