Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 07:08:57 AM. Chair. By Bettine Regnier.
Ah, pure luxury! You may have seen a beautiful, velvety chaise lounge, which is basically a long chair whereby you can stretch your legs out without having to use an ottoman or foot stool. Naturally, its translation from French means "lounging chair", and that's exactly its purpose. Chaise lounges come in various sizes and designs, with some holding onto their French influence with regards to their style and finishes. A more vintage chaise lounge will most likely be made out of luxurious suede or fabric. Due to its relaxed reputation, the chaise lounge will usually be found outside on the patio for some real lounging. Chaise lounges are excellent statement pieces in your living room, or alternatively at the end of your bed, if your bedroom is large enough. Only use chaise lounges outdoors however if they are made of a hardy, weather-proof material.
Although much English furniture comes from French and Italian influence, the early forms of English chairs owe very little to influences outside of England itself. This is especially true towards the end of the Tudor period. It was during this time that the French began to take their chair designs from the English.
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