By Londyn Banuelos. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Sunday, June 17th, 2018 - 07:22:46 AM.
One of the oldest variety of chaise lounge, the Duchesse dates back to around 1785-95. This version has a pronounced chair-like backrest curving out into two armrests. Unlike the Meridienne, the Duchesse looks more like an armchair (albeit a distorted one) than a daybed. Why it's called the Duchesse is somewhat a mystery, as there is no history to support whether it refers to a specific duchess.
Traditional, these aren't your parent's outdoor loungers. They're more stylish and high tech, but are still suitable for your backyard, beachside lounging, or camping. Enjoy your choice of reclining positions in these recliners that are extra durable, and some even have flexible materials that help release tension in your back.
Maybe one with wheels to follow the sun and a pull out tray for drinks and your novel is what you have been dreaming of. Or perhaps one with armrests is more your style. There are so many styles of teak chaise lounges available you are bound to find on that suits your fancy. Try one that is a mix of teak, steel and durable batyline fabric for a look right out of South Beach. Or outfit your deck or poolside with loungers that are the picture of modern Asian allure.
Chairs from companies such as Strathwood, Faulkner and Lafuma also feature zero-gravity or anti-gravity technology to relieve muscle tension and stress, and are light and easily transportable. You can buy traditional chaise lounge chairs with or without padded seats or armrests, and many now provide padded headrests for extra ergonomic support.
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