Apartment hopping? Subletting? Are you a (housing) commitment-phobe? Do you love irony? Want to avoid this? Inflatable furniture may be for you.
Dutch designer Jeroen van de Kant has turned the traditional Chesterfield couch on its button-tufted ear with aptly-titled "Blofield," an inflatable version. And unlike blow-up brightly-colored lawn or poolside furniture, the Blofield comes in decidedly adult colors: white, grey and earth green, in one-, two-, and three-seater options. There's even a kid-sized armchair called "Baby Blo."
And like the convenience the Aerobed, the Blofields come with an electrical pump that inflates chairs in minutes.
Now, if only van de Kant would come up with an inflatable Chippendale coffee table, we'd make a pot of English tea.
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Inflatable Furniture: Not Just a Bunch of Hot Air
The Chesterfield, made of PVC, is also usable outdoors. Definitely a new look in garden furniture.
Old tires made cool in Israeli designer Nir Ohayon’s furniture. The inflatable Recycoool concept pieces would look great indoors or out - and immediately portable.
German company Nappak has come up with an inflatable and portable mattress for power-nappers everywhere – from your office, the airport, even on the back patio.
Why stop at furniture when going inflatable? Dutch designer Lambert Kamps brings us his inflatable tent that can be used as both a whimsical structure for one or 20.