By Bria Conn. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 22:59:36 PM.
For indoor spaces you really want to have the chair complement your décor. It doesn't have to match exactly. These chairs can be contrasting in terms of style, material and color - done right, it can add excitement to the room and bring focus to a particular space.
Wooden lounges need to be accompanied with a soft cushion that is usually sold separately. The wood frame will often last much longer than the cushion. They are very comfortable and secure and much more suitable for those people that might weigh a bit more. These lounges will not be thrown about by the wind and will stay put on the patio.
That said, you do want to invest in the right lounge chair for the location you live. If you live in climates that are often stormy, you want to make sure your lounge chair can endure the elements and not break apart after a few years. As anyone in a stormy locale knows, it's not fun chasing cheap, lightweight chairs and cushions across the yard when an unexpected wind and rainstorm kicks up. Purchasing sturdy, well made furniture will not only help you avoid a soggy 40-yard dash for errant furniture, but it will also allow you to choose furniture that is well made and which will age well.
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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