By Laila Meehan. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Monday, February 19th, 2018 - 10:04:20 AM.
The words chaise lounge translate to long chair in French. The French were the first ones to start making them as commercial furnishing for the home in the 18th century. Only the rich could afford these plush pieces of furniture but as time went on they became more affordable and not only kings could have them but so could regular people.
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.
In the light weight category are plastic lounges that can be used for patio use. They have frames that require the use of a cushion that is tied onto the frame. Plastic framed lounges are easy to lift and fold but might be a little bulkier than the aluminum variety. If you put them on your patio be sure to take care when a heavy wind blows up. The wind will take any plastic or aluminum chaise lounges and toss them off the patio easily.
Wow...Sun bath, provided an opportunity who won't like to have one? Sun bath is a great way to relax and get a tan on your color tone. It takes your mind off the worries and hassles of everyday life at least for a while, and lets you relax. Almost all the working people love to spend their holidays either on a beach resort, a hotel, in a nearby spa or even at their homes lying astride the swimming pools. The good thing about having a sun bath is that you just need three things to enjoy taking a sun bath i.e. a bright sunny day (you don't need to spend a dime over it), a sun screen (you don't want to burn your skin as well) and a pool lounge chair (most essential of all; after a sunny day of course).
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