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Indoor Chaise Lounge Quick Tips
1. A leather chaise lounge is an accent chair that excels at evoking the style of a specific era. The leather chaise "period pieces" at ChaiseLounges.com include retro loungers from Euro Style and Zuo Modern, modern Le Corbusier-style LC-4 chaise lounges, and Victorian-inspired traditional chaises with asymmetrical backs.
2. The living room may be its usual haunt, but the indoor chaise lounge's dual-use design has much to offer a bedroom decorator. A classic Meridienne chaise (high back with sloping side) would be a lovely bedroom chaise lounge for a neglected corner.
3. A fabric upholstered chaise lounge is an easy fit for living rooms, where its warm colors and ample frame are both visually impressive and casually inviting. A velvet chaise lounge is a plush favorite of ChaiseLounges.com shoppers.
4. The high-end comfort and rich color of a microfiber chaise lounge make it an excellent fabric alternative for shoppers in search of performance and style. Microsuede is also a fine contemporary alternative to higher-maintenance suede leather.
5. Modern is the mode at ChaiseLounges.com. Our indoor chaise lounge chairs selection heavily favors contemporary chaise lounge designs. While designer-minded shoppers will find much to admire, our best-selling contemporary lounges are comfort- and convenience-oriented styles such as floor loungers and club chair chaises.
7. Patterned chaise lounges get less attention from designers, but definitely not from anyone standing in the room with them. They're bold, smart-looking pieces with vintage and contemporary appeal, including modern chaise lounge patterns in floral, geometric, and animal-print motifs.
8. The tufted chaise lounge is a dapper, designer alternative to the monolithic nap monsters that can dominate a living room. Button tufted chaise lounges have a trim, modern profile that's well complemented by the richness and comfort of leather.
9. Before buying an indoor chaise lounge at ChaiseLounges.com, we highly recommend checking the chair's dimensions and measuring them out in your room. Chaise sizes can be difficult to gauge. You can also find a large or small chaise lounge by narrowing your search by length using the search menu to the left.
10. Chair and sofa aren't the only dual identities the chaise lounge possesses. Our selection includes chaise lounge daybeds, double chaise lounges, and storage chaise lounges with fully-lined in-seat compartments.
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