By Romaine Delage. Chaise Lounge. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 03:57:03 AM.
There is no better way to enjoy your patio or backyard then adding an outdoor chaise lounge. It not only exude class and luxury, but it helps you relax while you are reading a book or even watching your kids or grandkids play. You can also choose whether or not you want your chaise lounge to be permanent fixtures in your backyard or if you want it to be portable. Most chaises are foldable and are easily taken to sporting events, camping trips, and other outdoor outings. But for those of us who want to create a more permanent sitting area, you are also taken care of.
Chaise lounge cushions usually have two parts: short part for the back and a long part for the seat. Some cushions can be fixed to the chairs while some can be detached. The detachable ones can be reversible or not. The cushions can be stitched, quilted or channeled. They come in different colors or prints, making them useful as decorations.
Wicker outdoor chaise lounges are very popular and widely used in most five star resorts around the world. Since wicker is a natural material that's woven together, they are very strong and great for outdoor use. Newer chaise lounges are now made of synthetic resin materials to make it all weather furniture. These furniture pieces can be used either indoor chaise lounges or your very own outdoor chaise lounge at home.
These lounges can be used indoors or outdoors so the materials for their cushions vary. Indoor chaise lounge cushions are usually stuffed with foam and covered with common fabrics. Outdoor cushions, however, need to be more specialized in order to resist the sun, rain and other external factors. As such, they are usually made of synthetic materials like polyester, olefin, acrylic, Sunbrealla or Outdura. These materials are light-weight but durable making them ideal for outdoor cushioning. They are flexible so the cushions don't deform or wrinkle. They are also resistant to mold and mildew, stains and fading.
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