By Romaine Delage. Chaise Lounge. Published at Monday, December 18th, 2017 - 16:18:55 PM.
Cushions that are meant for the outdoors must be waterproof because the elements of nature are very harsh. The indoor chaise lounge however is typically designed as an extended chair with a headrest and the ability for one to recline or elevate one's feet.
The outdoor chaise is very affordable and you are sure to find the perfect one to fit your needs. Even if your backyard is full of crazy rambunctious kids, there is a chaise lounge for you. The kid friendly chaise is made out of white resin and is one of the easier materials to clean! You can usually simply wipe it off with a wet rag, but if you have heavy duty dirt you may need to spray it down with an outdoor hose.
The cushion filling of this indoor chaise is like any other piece of upholstered indoor furniture. The outside covering is where the attractiveness and beauty lies, especially if the lounge is meant to radiate opulence, and this is usually reflected in expensive fabrics, like satin and velvet. Aside from the cushion material, the patterns and colors that you can choose from are endless. Solid, block color, Asian print, paisley, you name it. If you don't like the way it looks, a lounge is reupholstered as easily as a couch or old armchair.
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.
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