By Romaine Delage. Chaise Lounge. Published at Monday, December 18th, 2017 - 16:18:55 PM.
Next is the lovely Meridienne. This is one of the more interesting types of chaise lounge because of its eye-catching asymmetry. The top of the chair begins with a higher than normal headrest, followed by a gradually sloping backrest down the side, and the result is something which looks like a daybed. Next to it can be found a matching footstool. The Meridienne enjoyed popularity in Western Europe during the same time as the Recamier and was meant to be used as a bed for midday naps, when the sun is closest to the meridian.
Some alternatives to wicker lounges are those that are made of wood. Relaxing during a nice sunny day is one of the best things you can do while at home. Having a teak chaise lounge chair is great and will definitely provide you the comfort you are looking for in a lounge chair. This type of chair not only supports your legs, but also supports your back while lying down. They are often placed near swimming pool areas and they are best used and enjoyed after a nice swim.
In response to the different needs of customers for lounges, the Strathwood lounges were made available in a wide variety of form, size, color, and designs. If you prefer an outdoor lounge, the Strathwood hardwood lounge is perfect for you. This can be used at the beach, beside your pool, or just in your patio or garden. And since it is made with materials that can withstand all weather types and can resist insects and rust, this lounge will surely last a lifetime even when placed outside.
Modern and chic chairs are also available to people looking to decorate their homes with modern and neat furniture. These types of lounge chairs are clean and sleek and will fit in nicely into a home with modern architecture. These chairs are mostly found in salons, spas or lofts. Just like traditional lounge chairs, these are also made using high quality materials and come in various designs and styles.
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