By Pasclina Comte. Chaise Lounge. Published at Monday, December 18th, 2017 - 16:22:59 PM.
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 furniture's height of popularity was during the 1800 and 1900s. As the population grew and started to move out into the suburbs this piece of furniture took on a new look being stripped down and were often seen on people's patios. Because they are so comfortable and great for relaxing in it was the logical next step for this type of furniture, the outdoors chaise lounge.
One of the most popular types of outdoor lounge chairs is the traditional format. These types of chairs are high tech and more stylish compared to others. They are however suitable to be used at the backyard and beach side lounging. These traditional chaises are known for the flexible materials used in constructing them thus allowing you to easily recline to a comfortable position. These can be found with or without armrests or padded seats. There are also a couple of designs that have padded headrest to provide comfort for the whole body.
These lounges can be used indoors or outdoors so the materials for their cushions vary. Indoor chaise lounge cushions are usually stuffed with foam and covered with common fabrics. Outdoor cushions, however, need to be more specialized in order to resist the sun, rain and other external factors. As such, they are usually made of synthetic materials like polyester, olefin, acrylic, Sunbrealla or Outdura. These materials are light-weight but durable making them ideal for outdoor cushioning. They are flexible so the cushions don't deform or wrinkle. They are also resistant to mold and mildew, stains and fading.
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