Published at Monday, April 09th, 2018 - 11:38:55 AM. Lounge Chairs. By Lisette Vallotton.
When buying outdoor lounge chairs, the homeowner must determine if these pieces of furniture offer the right quantity and quality of features according to their intended use. For example, if the intended use is to provide for table and chairs for two people, then a bistro or a tete-a-tete type of porch chairs are great choices. But if single chairs are all that's necessary, then lawn-type chairs are the better options.
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?
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