Romaine. Chaise Lounge. September 25th , 2017.
Ideally, the chaise seat should only be used where there is adequate space to comfortably accommodate it. Thanks to the extension for legs it comes with, the typical chaise recline will tend to consume considerably more space than the typical lounge. Therefore although you may desire to have a chaise seat, if your living room is too small, you would be well advised not to take it on. Ideally, pieces of furniture like the chaise lounge are best used in the kinds of houses where the lounge is a halls size.
Before making a purchase, it is a good idea to know the different materials used in making outdoor lounges in order to decide on one for your home. Aluminum chaise lounges are a popular choice for outdoor use, as aluminum has a high strength to weight ratio and is relatively inexpensive. Its not the most environmentally conscious choice, however, as extracting aluminum from the earth is a destructive process.
With protection from the harsher of elements and proper storage during the winter months, a plastic chaise lounge will last for years. A wooden finished chaise lounge chair is an excellent choice for adding charisma to your outdoor pool area, deck, patio, garden or even a shady spot under your favorite tree. A well manufactured wooden chaise lounge chair can prove to be sturdy, and have a real good lifespan.
Also, you can spend afternoon weekends and holidays relaxing in or cuddling with your loved one. It can also be an additional bed for unexpected guest or a friend. Most people think that chaise chair is just for decoration, obviously thats not true. First, you need to consider if you want an indoor or an outdoor one, then you need to consider its further purpose. If you want an indoor chaise where you can relax, get a soft one, try those with foam covered by either leather or cloth.
Teak chaise lounges are the best choice in terms of durability and attractiveness. Teaks high oil content makes it virtually rot proof and extremely resistant to the elements. It is a strong and beautiful material. Unfortunately, it is also usually harvested unsustainably and is therefore a poor choice if one is concerned with environmental health. The exception is teak that is farmed sustainably, though this can be somewhat hard to find.
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