Chaise Lounge November 08th, 2017 - 07:50:19
The individual was expected to lie on his back while using the lounge furniture. In contrast the recliner chairs from ancient Greece had men and women lying on their sides. During its early years of development the lounge was made from natural materials like wood and rattan which were often carved with stylized designs. With the modern times also came the modern materials like plastic and metal although wood is still the most popular material mainly because of its beauty durability and versatility.
In order to be in a position to understand when to use a chaise lounge it would be a great idea to first acquaint ourselves with what such a chaise lounge is in the first place. As it turns the chaise lounge is simply a chair whose sitting area is extended to accommodate the sitters legs. So unlike a usual lounge where the legs of the person sitting on dangle to the ground on the chaise lounge the legs remain on the lounge; making it - in essence - something of a cross between a lounge and a bed.
It is perfect for patios family rooms or porches. This spacious Charleston chaise lounge is cleanable with water and mild soap. It features wheels for effortless moving deluxe décor and has a size of 65 inches in width x 49 inches in diameter x 39 inches in height. It is available in eighteen designs and costs around 1299.99 US dollars. Teak Chaise Lounge with Cushions - The well-crafted teak exterior furniture has a clean line which makes it comfortable to use and easy to assemble this with cushion.
Jacques Louis Davids painting called Madame Recamier brought even more prominence to the chaise lounge which was soon introduced and fancied by other Europeans then later by Americans then to mainland Asia and now all over the world. And along the introductions of the chaise to other countries comes the variations of its style. Some of the noted styles are rococo recamier duchesse brisée and Méridienne and others.