By Pasclina Comte. Chaise Lounge. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 03:35:59 AM.
As one of those anomalies of folk etymology, the term "chaise lounge" is actually an error of American invention. The proper term for the chair is "chaise longue," but Americans have been mispronouncing the word since 1850 so it has become engrained into the culture. Today, both versions are accepted, though the former is by far the more popular. In its simplest description, a chaise lounge is a couch-like seat, (usually) upholstered, but in the shape of an extended chair and with four legs.
The outdoor chaise is very affordable and you are sure to find the perfect one to fit your needs. Even if your backyard is full of crazy rambunctious kids, there is a chaise lounge for you. The kid friendly chaise is made out of white resin and is one of the easier materials to clean! You can usually simply wipe it off with a wet rag, but if you have heavy duty dirt you may need to spray it down with an outdoor hose.
The benefits of having chaise lounge chairs are that they are easy to maintain. They have a natural feel and look that makes them easy to take care after. These are also flexible as they can be decorated with colored cushions that makes them match any occasion you might have. You also have the option of buying lounge chairs that are made with only plain wood, which are ideal for the outdoors. For most of these outdoor lounge chairs, teak is used as it is durable, easy to maintain and versatile.
One of the most popular types of outdoor lounge chairs is the traditional format. These types of chairs are high tech and more stylish compared to others. They are however suitable to be used at the backyard and beach side lounging. These traditional chaises are known for the flexible materials used in constructing them thus allowing you to easily recline to a comfortable position. These can be found with or without armrests or padded seats. There are also a couple of designs that have padded headrest to provide comfort for the whole body.
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