By Romaine Delage. Chaise Lounge. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 03:57:03 AM.
This piece of furniture is now having a renaissance of its own again and can be found in a lot of homes. They are no longer restricted to Hollywood movies or as the couch used in a psychiatrist office. The Chaise lounge is now finding its way back into a lot of homes. The name was changed when it became incorporated into the furniture making industry in the United States.
The outdoors one is very popular and often found on patios, decks or around a pool. This type is normally made from wood, plastic, canvas or the more fashionable material wicker. The design of the chaise lounge is well suited for sun-bathing whilst still being able to read a book, or for taking an afternoon siesta. Because of its growing popularity you can even find a chaise lounge that can seat two people at the same time. It doesn't seem to matter where you would want to site a chaise lounge in your home, whether it's a formal setting or the more relaxed atmosphere of your patio or deck there's a style of chaise lounge to suit any space.
Chaise lounge, mention those two words and it conjures up images of Cleopatra, or ladies from the medieval times laying back and being fanned to stay cool but most people will associate this piece of furniture with the French. These two words are actually French and should be spelt Chaise Longue meaning long chair.
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.
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