Do you plan on giving your home an aesthetic facelift? Or you’ve always wanted to have a makeover? A chaise lounge chair is one of the pieces of furniture you should be adding. Chaise lounge chairs will seamlessly fit into any room in your home. Like recliners, they offer enough space and support for your legs to rest comfortably. If you’re looking for an indoor purple chaise lounge, browse through the selection of chaise lounges below.
Chaise lounge chairs are made of quality materials and are sturdier than most chairs and recliners made for the outdoors. Without the need to be overly concerned about being exposed to the elements, the design includes leather, choice wood, high-end upholstery, and other beautiful components.
There are variations in the costs of indoor chaise chairs which are dependent on the cost of the material and selected design. Quality wood with a well-polished finish and high-end leather usually costs $1000 or more. There are more expensive ones which can cost as much as several thousand dollars. A chaise lounge made by Marc Newson was sold at an auction for $3.1 million.
Less-expensive options are priced at $100 or less, and though not as expensive as earlier examples provide adequate comfort and is functional.
Before placing an order, calculate all probable costs, including delivery and assembling into the initial charged fee. This ensures that your budget isn’t exceeded.
Listed below are some of the most prominent cushion and base choices:
Upholstery: There are several upholsteries to pick from for your interior décor. Velvet or silk-colored upholsteries with elaborate brocade patterns go with chairs with a traditional design. Also, your choice of décor will determine the thickness of the cushions on the chair.
Leather: Leather furniture are multi-functional as they blend it with several designs. There are eight variants based on their quality.
Microfiber: Microfiber is one of the most common upholstery choices for furniture it both soft and comfy. It also resistant to stain and is hypoallergenic due to its similar feel like silk. Microfiber fabric is knitted together using tiny synthetic fibers that are finer than silk. The close-knit of the small fibers makes it difficult for dust and allergens to accumulate on the cushion over time.
Polyester: Polyester is another popular choice due to its ability to keep its shape, look, and feel over time. Like microfiber, it is resistant to dust and doesn't fade out when exposed to sunlight over a long period.
A polyester designed cushion cover will afford you with leather options like; canvas, faux, satin, tweed, velour, and twill.
However, polyester materials are heat-sensitive. Hence, there is a need to avoid placing hot objects on them. Also, when cleaning them, avoid putting in a dryer.
Wood: Wood is an integral part of most furniture designs as it can offer support as well as have elaborate designs and finishing done on them. The quality of wood materials varies, and the higher the quality, the more expensive the chair becomes.
When you buy chaise lounges, we carve the wood up into delicate designs and apply vanishes or finish up with lacquer or stains to give it an elegant and sophisticated look.
Metal: Metal works are a substitute for wood-based frameworks as more commonly observed in contemporary designs. The most common metals used include aluminum and stainless steel. Most metal designs are futuristic, sturdy and endure for a long time