By Crystal Hildebrand. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Wednesday, June 27th, 2018 - 16:27:33 PM.
A chaise end sofa looks exactly like any other sofa apart from the fact it has an arm at one end but is exposed at the other. Now you'll probably be able to paint a mental picture of what I'm talking about, so I can move on to why they represent such a good investment. What is immediately striking about a chaise end sofa is its image. Once you enter a room it makes a bold statement about your personal style and taste. This isn't to say that they're garish and only for the ultra trendy, it simply means that they catch your attention. So if you're looking for a focal point for your living area, then a chaise end might well be a good choice.
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.
When you hear the term "lounge chair" your thoughts probably conjure up visions of big, overstuffed leather chairs that your dad used to take a snooze in on Sunday afternoons after church. Lounge chairs have come a long way and these days, they can not only be found in the home, but also outdoors. These chairs have become indispensible in American homes where style, value and comfort are the watchwords.
The cushions of an outdoor chaise lounge must also be waterproof because a certain amount of moisture from rain, snow and dew is to be expected. The inside, a polyfill blend, is also more waterproof than indoor cushions. The indoor chaise lounge is recognized as the proper definition insofar as appearance. The basic design for a chaise is an upholstered couch-looking piece of furniture which is really like an extended chair with at least a headrest and the ability for one to recline and elevate one's feet. Various styles come with double headrests, attached armrests and some also come with matching, separate footrests.
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