Now that it’s officially winter we’re in full snuggle mode here at CBT HQ. So for the next few weeks I’ll be looking at ways to make your home snug and cosy for the winter season, as well as getting guest-ready for the festivities ahead.
Today’s objects of desire – luxuriously snuggly sheepskin beanbags – tick both boxes. Just looking at the pictures makes me want to grab a book and a cup of coffee, and sink into them for an hour or two to forget the dreary, rainy day outside.
These cosily stylish sheepskin beanbags are also a brilliant solution for extra seating when you have a house full of guests. (Admittedly maybe most suitable for the younger ones, or those whose knees and hips are up to low level lounging).
I can imagine these sheepskin beanbags being fought over during the festive season for post-meal relaxation and film-watching sessions. They’re easy to drag around and adapt to different seating arrangements as numbers fluctuate. Moving them from room to room is a doddle too.
The Luxe Grey Curly Sheepsking beanbag above is manufactured in the UK exclusively for Cox & Cox, with a covering made from distinctly curled Australian sheepskin. It also features a non-slip grey leather base and hidden zip closure and the internal mesh bag is generously filled with beans for ultimate comfort.
Things are about to get even cosier – for peak snuggle how about the Sumptuous Sheepskin Beanbag? Again made in the UK, this supersoft 100% sheepskin has the most incredibly luxurious long pile and has the same non-slip, leather base. Pictured above in Ivory, this long-haired sheepskin beanbag also comes in Blush and Grey, shown below. They’re like little, fluffy woolly clouds of hygge, aren’t they?
Fancy some snuggling for two? No problem – there are Double Sheepskin Beanbags too, in Ivory and this rich Mink colour above.
Maybe you love the idea of adding some woolly cosiness to your home this winter, but beanbags aren’t your thing. Sorted – Cox and Cox have a stunning range of sheepskin home accessories, including rugs of all sizes, cushions and seatpads. You’ll find them the whole range here – they’re all absolutely gorgeous, and very, very hard to resist. What would you go for?
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