By Kristina Orourke. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 - 01:28:00 AM.
When you want to redo your backyard, garden, patio or pool side area, a chaise lounge is a perfect addition whether you are creating a personal space for relaxation purposes or a place where you and your family can consider a haven and weekend get away. Do your homework well and take time to determine the type of furniture that you really need to buy.
Going Extra Wide. Wide hammocks are designed for the comfort of larger adults or to allow two or more people to relax together. Most extra wide hammocks are fitted with a spreader bar to help keep the net, rope or fabric spread at the two ends. The spreader bars keep the hammock from "cocooning," or wrapping itself around the occupant, and make it easier to get in and out of the suspended swing.
Another is scale. A lounge chair shouldn't overwhelm the space you're putting it in. That was part of the problem with the old style loungers. They were massive, especially when grandpa reclined it all the way back. It could suck the visual life out of a room. Lounge chairs today are much more subdued in scale yet still full featured and far more attractive.
If you prefer to hang hammock from your walls, ceiling, trees or porch posts, it's important to invest in the appropriate hardware. The right hardware will make it easier to install your hammock or chair properly. In turn, proper installation will ensure that your chair doesn't come tumbling down when you settle into it.
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