Chaise Lounge November 04th, 2017 - 21:12:00
Chaise lounges have many meanings. It is called long chairs in French especially in the furniture industry. It can also refer to a stretched chair fitting under a persons legs with an armchair or upholstered back. Nowadays modern discerning and machine manufacturing have permitted chaise lounges to be constructed and turned out more economically. It provide great comfort particularly when they are thoughtfully placed on a terrace or patio.
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.
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.
There are many names and types of Chaise lounges. Some of them are stretched chair arm chair or upholstered back chair. These chairs are very comfortable and relaxing. This would be the right option when you want to sit and relax in the evening on the terrace after a hectic day or on the beach side on a holiday. They can also be placed in the backyard court yard or even in the veranda. There are different kinds of lounges manufactured nowadays.