By Pasclina Comte. Chaise Lounge. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 03:53:34 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.
Since lounges made of teak wood are quite expensive, ensure to take really good care of them by using outdoor furniture covers that are very affordable. This will keep your furniture free from getting scratched, dust and other debris settling on them so that anytime you need to use them, you need not spend time and effort just cleaning them.
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.
The Recamier is sometimes mistaken for a chaise lounge because of its similar appearance, but they do in fact look different. This seat was named for its appearance in the 1800 painting of Mme. Recamier by Jacques-Louis David and came thereafter to be associated with the French socialite. The chair stays true to neo-classical sensibilities, while sporting a rounded backrest which extends into two sloping armrests, thus taking on a wide U shape. They closely resemble a traditional French lit bateau, or boat bed, though designed for common areas rather than the bedroom. Predominantly backless, there are some Recamiers with backs along the long edge of the seat. The term itself Recamier can be applied to other loose types of furniture design.
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