By Allie Killian. Chaise Lounge Design. Published at Sunday, May 13th, 2018 - 09:49:38 AM.
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.
The aluminum chaise lounge will probably not last very long. The nylon strips tend to get frayed and break after awhile and the frame tends to bend. The plastic type tends to get brittle after a few years of sitting in the sun and they crack and break. There are also resin frames that you can get that will last a bit longer but they too tend to get brittle after several years in the sun. Resin frames require a separate cushion just like the plastic variety.
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.
But finding the right chair isn't as easy as it seems. All are not created equally. To figure out which one is just right for you, you have to think about your individual needs, the existing décor of your home, the space available and finally, the colors and materials you want.
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