After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design, Françoise Séjourné began her career by designing clothing for Esprit and shoes for Sam & Libby. It wasn’t long before she was consulting Gap on color trends and starting not one but two successful businesses. This high-energy lifestyle left Séjourné craving one thing: a comfortable place to sit and relax. And that’s when she started the Eazy Bean Company. A luxurious twist on traditional beanbags, the Everest (2010) is really more like a chair, allowing you to sit in an upright or reclining position just by shifting the interior beans. The removable covers are machine washable, even the Tech Suede, an eco-friendly fabric made from 90–100% post-consumer materials. Made in U.S.A.