Sail mini pouf
This is the children’s pouf from our Sail series, the kid’s version of our outdoor bean bag. Sitting in Sail Mini is like receiving a happy hug, because this seat moulds to the shape of your body. This is thanks to the polystyrene bead filling, which repositions and intuitively adapts to your posture. It is fun and comfy for adults, so imagine how great it is for children!
Its upholstery is specially designed for outdoor use, but Sail Mini can also be used in indoor spaces. The cover is completely removable, so it can be easily washed. This is the ideal piece for a children’s outdoor area or a small living room area with a Sail and a Mini Sail pouf paired together, where you can spend time in company. Do not hesitate, get a duo!
The Sail series is a tribute to an innovative filling technique that emerged in the sixties. Its designer, Héctor Serrano, has devised this bean bag by using only two pieces of fabric and a triangular pattern. Thanks to the lightness of its filling, these pieces are light and can be moved without much effort. Keep it outside when the weather is nice and inside during the colder months.
The great number of colour options for this piece allows you to create a multicolour space. Explore our boldest offerings and create an original kid’s area.
Sail Mini can be a great ally when taking care of kids. For example, place it in the kitchen so you can keep an eye on your little one while cooking.
Do you have questions regarding which colour to pick? Ayúdate de nuestra carta de color para asegurarte de que tu elección armoniza cromáticamente con el resto de tu espacio.
Héctor Serrano trained in Industrial Design in Valencia and he founded his studio in London before he graduated from Royal College of Art. It soon became famous thanks to the innovative approach with which Héctor turns everyday products on their head.
“I try to create products and projects with which I feel identified in the most human, emotional and extraordinary way possible. Somehow I combine two seemingly opposite concepts: innovation and familiarity”