By Ariya Kilpatrick. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Thursday, May 24th, 2018 - 05:01:51 AM.
When you think of a chaise lounge, you probably envision a leather recliner placed in front of the television set. These are usually very comfortable because they are soft and fluffy and most of all, people think that they are strictly for indoor use. Today, you can have the same degree of comfort and satisfaction outdoors. Outdoor loungers can be portable with free spinning wheels for ease of moving them from one place to another. The wheels only engage when the lounger is lifted on one end and are equipped with durable hinges and latches for adjustments. They are usually placed near the pool or beach areas with comfort features like thick and comfortable cushions.
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.
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.
Armless chaise lounges are designed to conform to the natural body shape, thus, eliminating the need for the arms. The head and neck are supported by the back of the furniture while the body is supported by the seat itself. Day bed chaise lounges are designed for an upright sitting instead of a reclining position. Its design may not be as body-friendly as the other types but it has its purpose, namely, as a bench-cum-lounger.
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