By Salomé Irizarry. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Thursday, February 15th, 2018 - 11:37:53 AM.
When you hear the term "lounge chair" your thoughts probably conjure up visions of big, overstuffed leather chairs that your dad used to take a snooze in on Sunday afternoons after church. Lounge chairs have come a long way and these days, they can not only be found in the home, but also outdoors. These chairs have become indispensible in American homes where style, value and comfort are the watchwords.
During the summer you can find aluminum and plastic chaise in just about any store and they might cost anywhere from USD $25 to $50. A nice stylish wooden lounge might cost you $200 or more but remember that they last for much longer. You can also get chaise lounges in steel or wrought iron and you can even find them in wicker.
Having one of these stylish furniture pieces can transform your living room, bedroom, study, spare room, backyard or patio or conservatory into the perfect relaxation zone. They also add an unique sense of style to any home. You can't beat them for sheer classic elegance, as Hollywood legends well knew. You can just imagine Garbo draped over one.
Chairs from companies such as Strathwood, Faulkner and Lafuma also feature zero-gravity or anti-gravity technology to relieve muscle tension and stress, and are light and easily transportable. You can buy traditional chaise lounge chairs with or without padded seats or armrests, and many now provide padded headrests for extra ergonomic support.
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