By Pasclina Comte. Chaise Lounge. Published at Monday, December 18th, 2017 - 16:38:55 PM.
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.
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.
Even though most people prefer to use these chaise lounge chairs at the poolside, they also look great in any outdoor area. Using the chair will make you unwind and lay back after a busy day at work or school. The design of the chair is what makes it comfortable. Since the chair is long and has a wider space, you can easily relax your legs thus making you feel more comfortable. The chairs can be made to slightly or uprightly recline if you want to read a magazine. You also have the option of making them fully recline in the event you want to lie on your back and just relax.
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.
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