“A decade ago I was looking for sofas and armchairs for my new home, but the furniture offered in stores looked boring and lacked uniqueness. The photo of a bean bag chair I saw online inspired me to look for something similar, but Lithuanian bean bag chairs were amateurish and unattractive, and the cost of ordering from abroad was very high.
However, I did not abandon the idea and decided to create this soft furniture myself. At that time, I was working as an IT engineer and I did not have anything to do with sewing, but I found the right fabric, the pellets and zippers, and ordered my first chair at a local tailor shop – in the shape of a cake. It was huge and took up half the room! Those who sat on it did not want to get off. A week later, the idea arose that other Lithuanians might be interested in such a chair.”