Published at Thursday, September 06th 2018, 19:25:20 PM by Molly Mcfadden. Chaise Lounge. 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 Thursday, August 23rd 2018, 00:19:03 AM. Chaise Lounge By Glenda Fisher. One-arm chaise lounges obviously feature just one supporting arm either on the left or the right. This harks back to the Victorian times when the lounge was a place for a woman to appear relaxed and yet sophisticated.
Published at Thursday, August 23rd 2018, 00:18:23 AM. Chaise Lounge By Leigh Moss. 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 Wednesday, August 22nd 2018, 23:55:48 PM. Chaise Lounge By Kay Kramer. A prominent feature on many chaise lounges is that they are equipped with wheels. These wheels allow for easy and fast mobility and repositioning. Moving the chair across a lawn of any size, or down the beach, is effortless and hassle free. Since the wheels are made of the same wood as the chaise, sophistication is not compromised.
Published at Wednesday, August 22nd 2018, 23:55:16 PM. Chaise Lounge By Haley Chapman. The chaise lounges of of the sixteenth century often had wood accents and luxurious cushioning that made them very comfortable for a variety of activities. From dining to relaxing to napping, the chaise lounge remains a very versatile design. They are often made with plush fabrics that include silk, brocade, velvet, and satin. They can be found in sitting rooms, salons, libraries, and bedrooms. Features that have been present over the last couple of thousand years ago are sometimes revived and paired with modern techniques, such as gold leaf applications and cast metals.
Published at Wednesday, August 22nd 2018, 23:54:20 PM. Chaise Lounge By Haley Chapman. Picture a southern lady. She is the vision of beauty, waiting for her beau to arrive. Her waiting lasts some time and finally she is told that he will not be coming for her, that he has left with another woman. Her hand flies to her forehead and she swoons sideways, falling right off of the chair she is sitting in, petticoats flapping in the air.
Published at Wednesday, August 22nd 2018, 23:53:29 PM. Chaise Lounge By Esmeralda Morrison. 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 Wednesday, August 22nd 2018, 23:53:10 PM. Chaise Lounge By Jana James. Apart from recreational use, the chaise lounge has also made some appearances in the medical profession. Patients stretch themselves out and pour out the contents of their minds and hearts as part of therapy.