By Kristina Orourke. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 - 14:14:00 PM.
These days these chairs come in all sizes and shapes, from modern designs that echo the work of the great masters of the Modernist movement to soft, supple loungers that will relax you as you rock back and forth in flawless fashion, thanks to the inclusion of a glider mechanism. The good news is that there is no right or wrong in choosing the right chair, as long as you follow a few basic recommendations. Obviously, you want to put comfort above anything else. The idea of a lounge chair is to relax and recharge - being uncomfortable in the name of fashion or saving a couple bucks will only cause you to wonder why you even thought of buying these chairs for your home or outdoor entertainment space.
As you can imagine, the major consideration in finding the right lounge chair for outdoor spaces is durability and comfort. That means finding one that is not only comfortable to sit in, but which won't become too hot after a day in the sun. If you've ever sat in a metal lawn chair or one of those cheap plastic molded ones, you know how unpleasant that can be.
The classic indoor chaise lounge screams French decadence with its flowing lines and hardly a straight line or ninety degree angle in sight. French furniture makers are well renowned for their artistic flair and of being able to bring a touch of romance to their furniture and this is nowhere more obvious than in the classic chaise lounge. So if you're looking for a classy but somehow romantic piece of furniture whether for the bedroom, sitting room, or even your study the chaise lounge is your only choice, its like buying two pieces of furniture in one. Firstly there's the comfort, the long chair allows you to stretch out, lie down or sit virtually in any position, so it's great for reading a book or for taking an afternoon nap. Secondly it's extremely good looks make it very difficult for an ordinary chair or sofa to match its plush, smooth lines.
Another is scale. A lounge chair shouldn't overwhelm the space you're putting it in. That was part of the problem with the old style loungers. They were massive, especially when grandpa reclined it all the way back. It could suck the visual life out of a room. Lounge chairs today are much more subdued in scale yet still full featured and far more attractive.
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