Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 03:16:29 AM by Ines Carter. Sleeper Sofa. Most people think of the circa 1970's style sleepers with the bed springs and metal sticking into their backs when you mention sleeper sofas as an option. Anybody that ever slept on these horrible couches knows the horrors of sleeping with a bar in your back. Some of today's couch sleeper are uncomfortable, but the vast majority of the options out there are light years ahead of the vision you probably have. The best sleeper sofa options out there can be found in small sofa sleepers, and are literally like sleeping on air. Air sleepers are incredible and very easy to set up as well. Sleeper sofas no longer have to be uncomfortable.
Published at Saturday, August 25th 2018, 00:23:52 AM. Chaise Lounge By Deanna Noble. Basically, the chaise lounger is an elongated chair resembling a couch except for two things - first, the back support portion of the lounge slants toward the back, thus, making for a reclined position with the feet fully elongated possible; and second; the armrests may or may not be present in the chaise lounge. The individual was expected to lie on his back while using the lounge furniture. In contrast, the recliner chairs from ancient Greece had men and women lying on their sides.
Published at Saturday, August 25th 2018, 00:23:07 AM. Chaise Lounge By Haley Chapman. There are many names and types of Chaise lounges. Some of them are stretched chair, arm chair or upholstered back chair. These chairs are very comfortable and relaxing. This would be the right option when you want to sit and relax in the evening on the terrace after a hectic day or on the beach side on a holiday. They can also be placed in the backyard, court yard or even in the veranda. There are different kinds of lounges manufactured nowadays. You can select the appropriate one depending on where you want to place it. You get distinct designs with aluminum straps, cushion, patio lounges or even plastic resin cushion. Earlier the lounges were made from a caning wood.
Published at Saturday, August 25th 2018, 00:22:53 AM. Chaise Lounge By Lenora Norton. Retractable backs are one of the most redeeming features found on some chaise lounges. The Teddington and Kingston models are two types that include retractable backs. With 5 different reclining positions switching from sunbathing to reading is no problem. Multiple positions allow anyone to experience the comfort of a chaise lounge without restriction. Whether the lounge is left fully upright, laid out completely flat, or anything in between, this style chaise accommodates everyone.
Published at Saturday, August 25th 2018, 00:04:56 AM. Chaise Lounge By Lenora Norton. Some chaise lounges are also equipped with a small side table. This handy inclusion is the perfect place to rest a book or to keep a cool drink close by. For convenient and simple storage, the table slides directly under the chaise.
Published at Saturday, August 25th 2018, 00:04:13 AM. Chaise Lounge By Lenora Norton. A quality teak model with wheels, hidden tray and grade A workmanship can cost $500-600 upwards. Less expensive models are available, but all because teak is the chosen material, it doesn't mean to say it is top quality. Thickness of the wood used, hardware, fixtures, warranty and guarantees are all things to look out for.
Published at Saturday, August 25th 2018, 00:03:36 AM. Chaise Lounge By Holly Tran. For budding interior designers and home décor enthusiasts a chaise lounge is a must-have piece of luxury furniture that looks sleek and sophisticated in any interior. Chaise lounges are extended upholstered chairs which resemble couches but with open ends for a more laid back seating experience. Chaise lounges are of 18th century French origin but have evolved through the ages to come in a variety of shapes and styles to match the more contemporary interior. Chaise can be upholstered in the fabric of your choosing and are a great addition to your home furnishings scheme.
Published at Saturday, August 25th 2018, 00:03:08 AM. Chaise Lounge By Glenda Fisher. The chaise lounge, as it is also called, originated from 16th-century France. It become popular in Europe and was later imported to the United States during the 1930s where it was primarily used an outdoor patio seat or an indoor recliner. Then and now, the lounge furniture was designed to be versatile, beautiful and functional on both sides of the ocean.