Published at Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 - 06:46:08 AM. Lounge Chairs. By Maxence Boutin.
For centuries now the chaise lounge chair has been a symbol of elegance in homes nowadays and even way back to the elite families of old Europe. Although it was believed to have originated from Egypt and then brought into art by the Greeks whose artworks depict Greek gods and other elite reclined in chaise lounges, it has gained more popularity and sense of elegance in the Post-Revolution France where it got its name which means "a long chair."
Lounge chairs are great for entertaining, but they also have more a subtle use, in the nooks and crannies of rooms in big lay-outs, or in adorning and occupying smaller spaces with a flair. Contemporary American lounge chairs, through the master-touch of the designer, can be streamlined with edgy designs with no edges through the use of innovative materials. These materials in the past have ranged from parachute straps to leather belting to PVC (polyvinyl chloride), a type of versatile plastic, to steel and aluminum to cork material to wicker to polymer-based material. You get the idea. The sourcing of material for contemporary American lounge chairs knows no bounds. The genius of these chairs are in their simplicity of design and in the simplicity of their use. They can be customized through cushion and covering options also. Patio, lawn, and garden are some varieties of such chairs for use in contemporary American settings.
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