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Explore - Chaise Lounge
Polyuerethane foam in either stainless-steel or chrome base and leather or foam head pillow.
Lie back, relax, and tell us about your mother. Innovative bent-wood, L-leg construction ensures this lounge chair’s longevity, so generations to come can reflect on the simplicity of good design.
The Jane Bi-Sectional is an adaptable piece that can be easily converted between a left and right facing chaise, making it an ideal choice if you periodically redecorate or relocate. It’s...
The Richmond Bi-Sectional is a relaxed frame with a configurable chaise, which lets you modify the sofa shape to suit the room. Features wood block feet and waterfowl down-filled cushions. ...
This lounger uses FSC-Certified recycled teak and very durable Sunbrella cushions. It's very comfortable and works well with the rest of the Icon outdoor line. Comes in 6 different colors.
The sinuous cherry frame supports a webbed back, upholstered in full-grain leather. A removable headrest provides additional comfort, if desired. The two-position Chaise reclines fully without any...
We wonder whether placing a single pea between the layered legume-green cushions of this minimal day bed would reveal fairy-tale royalty.
We'd hazard a guess that Quebecois shepherd's pie - Pate Chinois, the name of the collection by Domison - isn't the first thing that comes to mind when viewing the Montage sofa. The hearty recipe,...
We choose to take the name of this soft-and-squishy sofa set literally and figuratively. It takes a simple knot to join the pliant units together, and why, yes, thank you, we'd love a cold Bud once...
As this new, Lama Chaise design in tubular steel and woven PVC proves, Eames’s La Chaise set the gold standard for asymmetrical modern lounge furniture.
The Copenhagen studio brings a dash of Danish influence to its clean-lined outdoor collection.
Named for a character in Robert Altman’s film MASH, this weather-resistant lounge chair is sized to fit smaller urban spaces.
Instead of an overstuffed upholstered armchair, consider Eindhoven-based American designer Max Lipsey’s riff on a racing bicycle frame: a seat in perforated leather and metal.