Ashley Tisdale’s New Chair Is This Iconic ’70s Staple

published Jun 8, 2021
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If you’ve been following Ashley Tisdale’s Instagram for any amount of time, you know she’s got a thing for cool chairs — specifically of the quirky, vintage variety. And her newest addition to her growing collection may just be the coolest one yet.

It’s basically a fancy bean bag chair, and that idea is something everyone can get behind. “We love her,” Tisdale captioned the snap of her new coral-colored velour beauty, which she picked up from Pamono. And honestly, how can you not?

This style of chair is called Togo and was designed back in the 1970s by Michel Ducaroy. Togo chairs, sofas, and ottomans are making a comeback in a big way as the masses have moved home in the past year and realized comfort is key — and Togo pieces are designed with comfort at the forefront. They’re lumpy, curvy, and yes, groovy.

The only issue is that they go for big money. Pamono is currently selling a bunch of 1970s-era Togo sofas and sectionals, all of which are priced well over $1,000. But you don’t have to shell out a lot of money to hop on the comfortable, loungey vibe that Tisdale is going for.

Urban Outfitters also sells an upscale version of the classic bean bag chair that looks super cozy, and the faux fur upholstery gives it a mid-century modern feel.

And this comfy sofa from Wayfair has that angled Togo shape without that steep Togo price tag.

Tisdale has the right idea, and the Togo chair is clearly here to stay.