Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 03:45:01 AM. Chaise Lounge. By Romaine Delage.
Chaise lounges can also be adapted for both indoor and outdoor use, and can make an iconic centrepiece for your garden party. They come in a variety of styles, including the popular hammock style. This creates a feeling of floating as users are suspended as though on a swing, allowing them to sway gently in the breeze as they relax and soak up the sunshine. Most of these come with umbrellas or canopies for shade and have plenty of padding for extra comfort. Some are even termed 'day beds' owed to how much they resemble the indoor bed; allowing for a luxurious and relaxing experience outside.
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.
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