By Romaine Delage. Chaise Lounge. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 03:55:56 AM.
If you choose to have your outdoor chaise lounge permanent this doesn't necessarily mean it's bolted or sealed to your patio or ground. These versions are usually just heavier and made with different bases than that of the portable versions. These options will most likely have wheels or thick legs to guarantee they stay put in case of high winds of crazy weather. If you choose you can have your chaise mounted in the cement or pounded into the ground, but they are usually heavy enough to stay put. Whichever option you choose be sure to do some thorough shopping before buying.
Looking at the lounge chair, you will probably think that the outdoor chaise lounge is some sort of a bed if not for its hinge point and latches allowing you to adjust the sections to your level of comfort.
Since the early 1960's the outdoor chaise lounge has been available. However, the options and versions today are much more esthetically pleasing that that of the earlier days. Today's versions can be customized from the material they are made from, to the chaise cushions you choose to put on them. You can get your chaise lounge in wood, metal, resin, and many other types of weather friendly materials. Some people have these outdoor chaises mostly for looks and when you fit down in them you find they are not as comfortable as they look. In these cases, people end up not using their lounges and they become just for show.
Teak chaise lounges are the best choice in terms of durability and attractiveness. Teak's high oil content makes it virtually rot proof and extremely resistant to the elements. It is a strong and beautiful material. Unfortunately, it is also usually harvested unsustainably and is therefore a poor choice if one is concerned with environmental health. The exception is teak that is farmed sustainably, though this can be somewhat hard to find. Other wood chaise lounges suitable for outdoor use include those made with other rot resistant woods, such as cedar.
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