By Madison Demarco. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018 - 01:27:50 AM.
In America and England they were popular during the Victorian era and were usually placed in the bedroom. It was thought to be lazy to take a nap in bed during the day, but if you fell asleep reading or relaxing on the chaise you were not so lazy. There are still indoor chaises being made but most are used for the patio or near a pool.
If you are looking for something that will last for a long time and look sleek and stylish on your patio you may want to consider a wood frame chaise lounge. These are actual pieces of furniture that are heavy and not portable at all so they will stay on the patio. Some do have wheels so that you can move them with some ease. Wooden Lounges come in several different types of wood and can be stained to resemble any type of wood. They can also be painted.
Some resin recliners also come with storage and wheels for easy transportability and storage. However, there are also more stylish and upholstered resin lounge chairs, such as the Charleston Resin Wicker Chaise Lounge or the Home Rolston Wicker Double Chaise Lounge. These recliners will beautify any outdoor patio or entertainment area.
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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