By Lauren Kinsey. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Friday, June 08th, 2018 - 18:39:46 PM.
The right choice for any outdoor condition, teak is also a very adaptable material. To create the ultimate look for your backyard, whether you're looking to style it after your favorite resort or create a more country-styled feel, teak can be teamed with a variety of other materials to provide both functionality and fashion. Steel or fabric, mixed with teak, creates a very harmonious look. You can also consider a number options such as extra wide arm rests to make your teak chaise lounger the ultimate place to lounge.
So what exactly is a chaise lounge? The phrase comes from the French for 'long chair' which pretty much sums up what it is. The French popularized this form of furniture centuries ago and the concept crossed the ocean to the United States with immigrants. In today's homes, they're popular indoors as daybeds or comfy reading chairs, or outside on the patio, or by the pool as sunbathing beds, or just places to stretch out and unwind.
The frame for an outdoor chaise lounge can be made from a wide range of furniture building materials. The only condition is that it must be somewhat weather-resistant. Wood that has been treated and varnished will usually last a long time with the right amount of upkeep, as will metal. For elegance and traditional design, a wrought iron frame is beautiful but also arguably heavy. An aluminum frame does not connote the same elegance, but is much lighter and looks more modern. Both are subject to rusting after enough time. Plastics like polywood and resin are relatively recent innovations and are perfect for use in patio furniture.
There is a large number of furniture made for the outdoors that you can choose from. Choose the one that will best serve you and your family and in accordance to your outdoor activities. Chaise loungers can be made from wrought iron, aluminum, bamboo, plastic, teak and other woods. You can also mix and match different materials and have some accessories installed to it to make it more functional.
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