Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 09:11:48 AM by Lottie Carney. Chaise Lounge. Armless chaise lounges are great for a variety of reasons. For one, they are accessible from both sides. Secondly, it is easier for people to turn over while sun tanning or reading. Armless chaise lounges look great near a lake or pool, and are perfect for napping after a long day spent swimming or boating.
Published at Tuesday, August 21st 2018, 01:27:16 AM. Chaise Lounge By Kay Kramer. Adding comfort to chaise lounges can be accomplished with chaise lounge cushions. With over forty colors and patterns to choose from, the cushions will satisfy anyone's personal preference. The cushions are made of water repellent and mildew resistant material to ensure exceptional, long-lasting use. They make an already comfy chaise lounge the perfect for an afternoon nap.
Published at Tuesday, August 21st 2018, 01:26:09 AM. Chaise Lounge By Dianne Glass. While the proper name for them is a chaise lounge, you may also hear this piece of furniture called a fainting couch, likely due to the image of the emotionally overcome southern lass above.
Published at Tuesday, August 21st 2018, 01:25:18 AM. Chaise Lounge By Holly Tran. Next, if you are using a chase lounge as your reading spot, you want it to be comfortable. Nothing is more annoying than having to stop reading, right at a good spot, because you are sore from sitting on a pieces of furniture. Make sure there is adequate padding and support on the bottom, side and back to keep you comfortable for as long as you want to stay enthralled in your book.
Published at Tuesday, August 21st 2018, 01:24:40 AM. Chaise Lounge By Esmeralda Morrison. 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 Tuesday, August 21st 2018, 01:23:27 AM. Chaise Lounge By Lottie Carney. 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 Tuesday, August 21st 2018, 01:22:55 AM. Chaise Lounge By Kay Kramer. 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.
Published at Tuesday, August 21st 2018, 01:14:11 AM. Chaise Lounge By Haley Chapman. The chaise lounge is not just a style of furniture, but a work of art offering the feeling of decadence and romance at first sight. The term "chaise lounge" is an Anglicized version of the French term, "chaise longue." "Chaise longue" means, literally, "long chair." They are sometimes known as "fainting couches," as well. Currently, the term applies to any type of furniture that provides a person with a back or an arm rest on one end that sometimes tapers down the backside of the chair, resulting in one end resembling a bench.