By Myriam Salter. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Tuesday, May 08th, 2018 - 06:21:49 AM.
It's those moments in the sun, relaxed and recumbent, that makes life worthwhile and takes away the stress of the day-to-day. A teak chaise lounge, poolside or under the shade of your favorite tree, can offer you the perfect place for those time-out moments. Transform your house and give it that exotic holiday feel with a teak chaise lounge that will allow you exceptional comfort, without the jet lag. With a fully adjustable back rest that allows you to recline at any angle, you'll be soaking up the sun and reading your favorite book in no time. With the added comfort of an adjustable knee section you can be putting your feet up and feeling the pressures of the day drain away before you finish the next chapter.
Made from Javanese teak, a wonderful teak chaise lounge can even be outfitted with a great cushion. Available in over forty different amazing colors, you can be sure that you match your decor with the first try! Do you have another member of your family who will get jealous? If so, get a second lounge so the two of you can enjoy reading, napping, sunbathing or simply talking with one another! In fact you could even try a twin one. It has never been easier to share a day of canoodling, crossword-puzzling and staring at the same squirrel, with your special someone.
As one of those anomalies of folk etymology, the term "chaise lounge" is actually an error of American invention. The proper term for the chair is "chaise longue," but Americans have been mispronouncing the word since 1850 so it has become engrained into the culture. Today, both versions are accepted, though the former is by far the more popular. In its simplest description, a chaise lounge is a couch-like seat, (usually) upholstered, but in the shape of an extended chair and with four legs.
In the light weight category are plastic lounges that can be used for patio use. They have frames that require the use of a cushion that is tied onto the frame. Plastic framed lounges are easy to lift and fold but might be a little bulkier than the aluminum variety. If you put them on your patio be sure to take care when a heavy wind blows up. The wind will take any plastic or aluminum chaise lounges and toss them off the patio easily.
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