By Romaine Delage. Chaise Lounge. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 03:22:59 AM.
Unlike a normal sofa this furniture has its back along the width of the chair as apposed to the length of the chair as in a regular sofa. Normally made for a single persons use having the backrest on the width it allows the user to rest their legs on the full length of the rest of the lounger. A chaise lounge treads the thin line between a regular couch and an extended club chair. A lot of today's modern designs for the chaise lounge actually take their inspiration from the traditional club chair. They will often work in the same sort of fashion of a club chair and an ottoman combination, with the convenience of being manufactured in one single piece.
In today's hectic world it is no wonder that it is now growing in popularity again. An upholstered one makes an ideal choice for a conservatory or even an office space but is most frequently found in the bedroom where they make it an excellent place in which to escape for a few hours during the day and relax with a good book or even to catch an afternoon nap.
Some alternatives to wicker lounges are those that are made of wood. Relaxing during a nice sunny day is one of the best things you can do while at home. Having a teak chaise lounge chair is great and will definitely provide you the comfort you are looking for in a lounge chair. This type of chair not only supports your legs, but also supports your back while lying down. They are often placed near swimming pool areas and they are best used and enjoyed after a nice swim.
There exist few cultures who exhibit opulence and elegance as well as the French. When it comes to design, furniture is no different, and the chaise lounge is one piece of European innovation that is the living definition of luxury and sophistication. Aside from the recognizable basic chaise lounge design, there are some variations to the form which you may have mistaken for the same thing. Some of these include the Meridienne, the Duchesse and the Recamier.
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