By Zaylee Hussain. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Monday, May 21st, 2018 - 22:43:48 PM.
Since its first appearance some 300-some years ago in France, the chaise lounge has come a long way as far as design of form. From the very first model came modifications like the Recamier, the Duchesse Brisee, and the Meridienne. Today, the chaise lounge has also crossed into the outdoor domain, where it enjoys a good deal of popularity in gardens, on decks and in backyards. Here are some differences between indoor and outdoor chairs.
You see aluminum lounges all over during the summer. They are extremely portable so you can take them to the beach or on the patio or to a summer outdoor concert. The frame is light being made of aluminum and they usually will fold up small and compact for transportation. You sit on woven nylon strips that are sewn to the frame. You can easily clean this type of chaise and they are popular because of their inexpensive prices.
But finding the right chair isn't as easy as it seems. All are not created equally. To figure out which one is just right for you, you have to think about your individual needs, the existing décor of your home, the space available and finally, the colors and materials you want.
So what exactly is a chaise lounge? The phrase comes from the French for 'long chair' which pretty much sums up what it is. The French popularized this form of furniture centuries ago and the concept crossed the ocean to the United States with immigrants. In today's homes, they're popular indoors as daybeds or comfy reading chairs, or outside on the patio, or by the pool as sunbathing beds, or just places to stretch out and unwind.
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