Published at Thursday, September 06th 2018, 16:18:41 PM by Sofia Banks. Chaise Lounge. Nowadays, the most popular wood materials for use in pieces of chaise lounger furniture are cedar and teak. These woods are known for their weatherproof properties as well as their excellent grain patterns.
Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 11:55:11 AM. Chaise Lounge By Haley Chapman. 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, September 07th 2018, 11:43:32 AM. Chaise Lounge By Sofia Banks. For true elegance, craftsmanship build wrought iron loungers have no equal. More expensive than wooden units, they offer a real touch of class. Make sure that any wrought iron piece you buy is rust proof. You'll want wheels to, as they can be quite heavy. Prices usually start at around $500-$600, although you will be able to find cheaper models.
Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 11:31:52 AM. Chaise Lounge By Twila Robinson. 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, September 07th 2018, 11:20:12 AM. Chaise Lounge By Alyson Norton. Follow the plan to build the frame for an indoor chaise lounge. After securely attaching the base padding, use a staple gun to fasten the matching fabric or upholstery to the frame. Alternatively, fasten a base fabric to protect the padding and sew a cover to drape over the chair. This will not be an easy job as you need to accurately measure the dimensions of the completed padded chair, and cut and sew the material for proper fit. The benefit is the ability to remove the chair cover for laundering, or alternate with covers of different patterns. If this sounds too adventurous, sand and varnish the completed chair frame minus the base padding. Sew or purchase some flat cushions and attach laces to the corners of the cushions. Place the cushions on the chair and securely tie the laces to the frame.
Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 11:08:31 AM. Chaise Lounge By Ramona Lyons. Emphasis must be placed on the fact that the American spelling for the furniture differs from its French counterpart. In French, it is "chaise longue" (long chair) but Americans altered it to "chaise lounge" because the user was expected to lounge in it.
Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 10:56:46 AM. Chaise Lounge By Kristine Sharp. The luxury of a chaise lounge can come in many shapes and sizes. Loungers come in a variety of styles and materials and are suited for a variety of entertainment situations.
Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 10:45:07 AM. Chaise Lounge By Rachael Carr. First, know the idea of a chaise lounge is to allow the user to sit, with their feet up, comfortably on the surface. That means the length is very important, especially if you're tall. You shouldn't have to pull your legs into the fetal position to fit on a chaise lounge. It's supposed to be a comfortable experience.