While the term daybed is from England, chaise lounge is a French term meaning long chair. In French, the word is spelled chaise longue. Chaise lounges are designed long enough to support one’s legs. The chaise lounge was popular during the Rococo period of art when asymmetry and contrast were widespread design themes. Do you see the connection? Chaise lounges typically have asymmetric features in that they have one arm rest or back support at one end but not the other.
While the chaise lounge is a classic product, the AllModern selection is made up of contemporary chaise lounges. Where you put your contemporary chaise lounge depends on the set up of your living space; however, they seem to fit best in a bedroom or living room, providing you with the option to lie down on something other than a bed or couch. The space where your contemporary chaise lounge is placed can serve as an area to lie down and watch TV or read a book.
Armless Contemporary Chaise Lounges: The no arm chaise lounge is an elegant style and is available on AllModern in a few different upholstery options such as polyester, leather, velvet, and Faux Leather. Use the filter armless at the left to view only modern chaise lounges without arms.
One Arm Contemporary Chaise Lounges: Here, you can see the connection between the chaise lounge and the Rococo time period it was originally created in. In a time period where design was asymmetric, this type of contemporary chaise lounge fits that category in two ways: both its arm rest and back rest are on one side. AllModern has chaise lounges in black, grey, brown, and a handful of other colors.
Description: Chaise Features: -Available in Chill White, Cognac, Steel Grey and Sea Sand colors. -All-weather premium yacht vinyl upholstery. -Low profile curves on sun lounge for beach, deck, poolside or that resort back yard. -Overall Dimensions: 17" H x 78" W ...