By Demi Robert. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Saturday, June 30th, 2018 - 17:06:51 PM.
For outdoors you really can't go wrong with a finely crafted wooden lounge chair, either one with cushions or without. Wood lounge chairs along with wicker ones can really handle the elements, even the worst winter storms, with very little care and maintenance. And you'll never have to go hunting for them once a storm has passed.
Most pools are lined with many chaises and if you go on a cruise you will also see them lining the deck of the ship. The materials used to make them are mostly aluminum, plastic or wood and you can get them to match just about any budget. They can look like expensive furnishings that are very strong. They are also made out of light weight materials making them easy to pick up and take with you. A lounge allows you to recline up off the ground so the portable type is popular to take to the beach so you sit above the sand.
The aluminum chaise lounge will probably not last very long. The nylon strips tend to get frayed and break after awhile and the frame tends to bend. The plastic type tends to get brittle after a few years of sitting in the sun and they crack and break. There are also resin frames that you can get that will last a bit longer but they too tend to get brittle after several years in the sun. Resin frames require a separate cushion just like the plastic variety.
The Strathwood hardwood and cast aluminum chaise lounges' materials are also one of the reasons why customers give pleasant and positive feedbacks. They give top rating commendations for its durability and stability as they have proven it with their chosen lounge or lounges. To prove it, they even praise its capacity to carry heavy-weight bodies, or two to three persons at one time and never experience any broken part. Also included in some reviews is their plan of purchasing another lounge.
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