Shophouses are a unique and important part of Singapore's heritage. They are a blend of Chinese, Malay, and European architectural styles, and they reflect the rich cultural history of Singapore. These fascinating structures first emerged in the 1840s and quickly became the dominant housing option in the city. They were especially popular among merchants who could run their businesses on the ground floor while residing with their families upstairs. Shophouses are a vivid reminder of Singapore's early history, a time of remarkable transformation and growth. They are a testament to the resilience and ingenuity of the Singaporean people, who were able to build a thriving city out of a small trading post.
The oomph is a bean bag with a more couch-like form so there's just one one way to use it. But hey it stays in that shape, which makes it prettier than the rest of its siblings while still having the unmistakeable give of a doob bean bag that any doob-loving butt knows.
Like all other doobs the oomph has a removeable outer cover and its durable inner bag is sealed with a child-safe zip.
Material: DRYXX™ (polyester and polyurethane composite) and polycanvas cover; sturdy fabric inner bag
Cleaning: hand wash, rinse, or wipe with damp cloth"