By Quentin Bousquet. Lounge Chairs. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 09:40:00 AM.
Jacques Louis David's 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.
Again we also have the zebra print chair which is already quite a rage amongst most beach goers. The animal print is quite exciting and beautiful to look at. Then there is the foldable chairs that comes with a sturdy metal frame allowing folding the chair up whenever required. Finally there are also the innovative kinds of chairs like the wing chairs for extreme comfort, water splash chairs with the rippling effects, and the bouloum chair designed in the shape of a human being are just an edge of the fantasy ride to the new world of lounge chairs.
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."
Moreover, you will not be able to build chaise lounge chair without a hammer. However, you will also need using circular saw and router. The router is essential because it will help you in rounding the edges of the chair's arms and also the top of the back support. Besides, you will also need a drill for boring the holes where you will insert the wooden dowels and the glue.
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