By Quentin Bousquet. Lounge Chairs. Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 10:27:18 AM.
With the exception of chaise lounges, a majority of lounge chairs for the outdoors can be referred to as arm chairs, similar to the indoor variety. The popularity of the chaise lounge springs up immediately as an image of a lounger, but lounge chairs are more traditional in nature and are options to the habitual recliner and relaxer who wants to spread out. When you are outside and need to sit in a chair for relaxing, a lounge chair with a deep seat may be just what you are looking for. But have you imagined one with a bungalow sun-shade?
Outdoor lounge chairs are usually placed on the porch of houses, thus, their designation as porch chairs. The sight of these pieces of outdoor furniture as the visitor or the household member goes into the house is a truly welcoming sight.
Compliance standards have been set on the production of contemporary American lounge chairs and the full scope of furniture that is output on the market. Some companies produce lounge chairs that exceed even these standards by meeting other key protocol points in an effort to be transparent about chemical make-up and safety inputs; disassembly (which measures if the item can be taken apart at the end of its useful life so that it can be recycled); and recyclability.
Aside from being a symbol of elegance and a piece that adds beauty to your home or bedroom, a chaise lounge chair has also practical purposes. It can be another place where your whole body can rest aside from your bed. With it, you can also comfortably read a book, newspaper or magazine in a
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