Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 10:45:07 AM by Rachael Carr. Chaise Lounge. Resembling an Adirondack chair, the Original Series Chaise Lounge, looks different than most other chaises. With the same slatted back as the Adirondack chair, this chaise is quality constructed, yet classical. Placed lakeside this type of chaise lounge looks elegant and inviting. The arms add support while reading or relaxing. With over 25 color selections, the Original Series Chaise Lounge coincides with any exterior décor or adds vibrancy to a simple patio.
Published at Friday, August 24th 2018, 01:31:42 AM. Chaise Lounge By Jana James. Indoor chaise lounges come upholstered in a variety of materials including leathers, fabrics and microfibers for easy cleaning. Many include storage space beneath the lounger for added convenience, great for those who are untidy or who often mislay their possessions. Chaise also come in a variety of designs that are best suited to a number of different locations. The French style lounge chair for example is best suited to a living room or bedroom interior, while the more formal coaster design befits an office or showroom. Before investing in a chaise lounge, it is recommended that you research the different options available to find one that best suits your space.
Published at Friday, August 24th 2018, 01:15:00 AM. Chaise Lounge By Haley Chapman. Coming in timber or resin, the chaise lounge can come as its own single recliner unit or can be matched with other pieces including tables and settee chairs. The open slat style allows your skin to breathe as you take in the midday sun and the optional side table conveniently houses your refreshments, radio, sunglasses and novel. Similarly, the 3 or 4 recline positions allow you to absorb the sun at exactly the right angle when the sun moves throughout the day.
Published at Friday, August 24th 2018, 01:14:13 AM. Chaise Lounge By Esmeralda Morrison. Due to their popularity, durability and comfort level, chaise lounges are very collectible pieces. Some chairs that were made centuries ago still exist and they can reach very good prices when they in good condition, can be restored, or were owned by royalty or someone famous. It will not be surprising if they continue to be an essential pieces of furniture in the centuries to come because they are made with such an adaptable, timeless design.
Published at Friday, August 24th 2018, 01:13:54 AM. Chaise Lounge By Dianne Glass. In the same vein, you should make sure the chaise lounge is covered with a durable and comfortable material. An itchy material will have you looking anything but lady-like as you itch in all sorts of unmentionable places. Eventually you will just give up on sitting in the chaise lounge and will have wasted the money you put into it.
Published at Friday, August 24th 2018, 01:13:37 AM. Chaise Lounge By Leigh Moss. Eucalyptus Outdoor Chaise Lounge - It is made from Eucalyptus and is especially great for outside use. This attractive and elegantly designed furniture features a removable cushion that is perfect for a garden view rest. The size of this is 77 inches in width x 25 inches in diameter x 4 inches in height. The cost of eucalyptus outside chaise lounge is 299.99 US dollars.
Published at Friday, August 24th 2018, 01:13:00 AM. Chaise Lounge By Dianne Glass. 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.
Published at Friday, August 24th 2018, 01:12:41 AM. Chaise Lounge By Esmeralda Morrison. The chair, throughout the centuries, has been modified and designed slightly differently from area to area. By the time the 1600s came along, the chaise lounge was adopted by the French and turned into one of the most lush and lavish pieces of furniture a person could have up to current times. The French designers started a trend in Europe with their chaise designs. Rather than entirely copy the simple designs that the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans used earlier, the French borrowed the basic form and added upholstery.