These are beanbags with a modern twist. They're light enough to move around and minimal enough to blend into adult spaces.
Nothing beats Fatboy for child-resistant seating. Their beanbags are available in a rainbow of colors and patterns, but I'm a huge fan of this bold Marimekko print.
The Point footstool is a rollable, pushable seat in Fatboy's trademark water-resistant fabric. It's perfect for moving around the house wherever it's needed.
This storage ottoman would be perfect for the pirate-loving kidlet.
This beanbag chair is waterproof, colorfast and fitted with a separate inner bag, which allows for the outer cover to be removed and washed easily. It's parent-approved seating!
Cocoon Couture adds embroidered fun to their kids' beanbags. You can find everything from owls to monsters in bright, fun colors.
This might be a little pricey for everyday seating, but it's the sort of thing I'd love to have on display long after the kids grow up!
P'kolino's soft seats are fun and modular. They separate into various parts and can be used in fun and creative ways, making them great for kids' development.
This graffiti art beanbag is for the kid with attitude.
Food-related furniture is always a winner with kids — except maybe if it's broccoli shaped.
Contemporary and minimal, this fold-out seating is a far cry from the cartoon character versions seen so often in kids' rooms. Sometimes you really can have too much Dora the Explorer.
These modern and brightly colored beanbags come in Mt. Fuji, Mt. Everest and Mt. Kilimanjaro designs. They're perfect for the tiny explorer.
The Muffin pouf with storage might be out of your price range at almost £2,000, but it sure is cute!
This range of modular seating comes in a variety of fabrics that mix and match like patchwork. They make a fantastic statement in a kids' space.
These handmade poufs are a riot of color. I want one for myself.