I'm always interested to see how many bedrooms show chaises in the design. I've owned two. One was actually a hired man's bed but I find those on pages when I search 'chaise'. I have a point here. Stay with me.
Chaises (should I consult a French dictionary for the plural or will you trust me?) have been around for a while. This one is French, as it should be, and I found the photo on 1st Dibs. You must log in for the price. http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/chaises-longues/antique-provencal-chaise-
One would certainly think a Marie or Louis had sat upon this beauty. Not so. It is available as the Versailles Gold Chaise Longue by The French Bedroom Company. Beauty or comfort? Relax and read? I don't think so. This one might seat four good friends at a cocktail party. See, I told you I have a point.
This beauty is from Elan Designs Ltd. and is known as the Ruskin Chaise. You may order an arm on either side.
Each has it's place. How I would love to fit the primitive one into a mountain cottage setting. The Louis chair? Eclectic elegance. Seems like the Ruskin would fit into a library. After all, don't we think of relaxing and reading when we see a chaise longue? Long chairs. I'm not so fond of them. I've owned two and never found a comfortable spot on either. However! Here's the ahhhh...
My point? If you're chasing chaises, I recommend you choose carefully with potential use in the forefront for consideration. Most aren't really comfortable. Finding the 'sweet spot' is elusive in most cases.
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