2,650 Outdoor Chaise Lounges

When you think of summer, one of the first images that pops into your head is sitting poolside on a chaise lounge. These outdoor loungers, with their adjustable angles and comfy cushions, are ideal for reading, napping and tanning, which is why they are a backyard staple. They come in a wide variety of sizes and styles, including a double lounger of full-blown daybed, and offer many different styles and materials, such as metal, wood, teak, plastic, rattan or fabric. As you get ready to revamp your outdoor seating situation, be sure to consider these helpful tips. More 
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What kind of chaise lounges are available?

Even though a traditional lounger is still the most common purchase, there are a few other options to consider. If you like to lounge around with a friend, a double chaise lounge pairs together two separate seats, which makes it easier to chat. A daybed is a full-blown outdoor sleeping spot; this oversized furniture piece is ideal for those who want to snuggle up as a family. Think about the overall purpose of the piece and what would best fit on your patio, porch or deck without appearing too cramped.

What chaise lounge material is best?

Because your chaise lounge with spend most, if not all, of its time outdoors, you want to be sure to invest in waterproof and weatherproof materials. Metal, rattan, wood, teak, aluminum and wicker are popular options, depending on your style. If you end up purchasing a harder frame, you can also invest in some plush fabric cushions, which add comfort, color and pattern to your outdoor space.

Where should I place my chaise loungers?

If you like to soak in the sun's rays, place your chairs out in the sunshine on your patio or near your pool. If you prefer a shaded spot, a covered patio or near some trees in the backyard would suit you best; you can even add an outdoor umbrella for instant shade. Luckily, a lot of loungers have wheels, which allows you to transport the piece from one side of the yard to the next, depending on your mood.
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