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Chaise Lounge Sofa

Experience luxurious comfort and signature style with Bassett Furniture’s elegant and comfy chaise lounge chairs, ottomans, sectionals, and sofas. Discover the perfect lounge chair for any home at Bassett Furniture, whether with a sit-alone chaise or with a chaise lounge handsomely built into a sectional or sofa. French for long chair, a chaise is typically designed for maximum comfort with a low back and an elongated, outstretched surface area for one’s feet to rest. It’s not unlike a chair and ottoman in one. A chaise can act as a daybed or simply a place to sit down and rest while waiting for someone or something. Both functional and elegant, a chaise is an ideal addition to a bedroom or living room. Similar to the poster canopy bed, the concept of the chaise lounge was born hundreds – make that many hundreds of years ago. While the chaise could often be found in the home of French aristocrats of the 16th century, its origins can be traced all the way back to ancient Egypt and early Rome. Often found in dining rooms, bedrooms and even home libraries, Romans likely considered the chaise to be the most important piece of furniture in their homes. Today, Bassett Furniture offers chaise lounges in modern or traditional styles for those who wish to have a comfortable place to put their feet up after a long day. Available in a wide variety of styles, designs and upholstery options, you’ll find am incredibly comfortable chaise that matches your decor and fits comfortably within you budget. If you are more interested in chairs with ottomans, take a look at our sectional sofa collection in warm fabric or stylish leather. Bassett Furniture’s sectionals may be configured into a variety of shapes, including the standard “L” or a horseshoe grouping, which contains a comfortable chaise for extra room to stretch out on. Additionally, replacing the chaise lounge with another sofa presents more room for family and guests to watch the big game or to spread out during movie night. The addition of a queen sleeper creates a truly multi-functional and impressive arrangement when out-of-town guests arrive. When it comes down to it, you have the ability to design the grouping that fits your unique space and needs. Coordinating pieces and accessories truly highlight chaise sofas. No matter which chaise or sofa accessories you purchase, you will guarantee a warm, comfortable, and inviting home for guests, friends and family. Shop Bassett’s chaises today to find the perfect seating arrangement for your home!

Chaise Lounge Sofa

If you are more interested in chairs with ottomans, take a look at our sectional sofa collection in warm fabric or stylish leather. Bassett Furniture’s sectionals may be configured into a variety of shapes, including the standard “L” or a horseshoe grouping, which contains a comfortable chaise for extra room to stretch out on. Additionally, replacing the chaise lounge with another sofa presents more room for family and guests to watch the big game or to spread out during movie night. The addition of a queen sleeper creates a truly multi-functional and impressive arrangement when out-of-town guests arrive. When it comes down to it, you have the ability to design the grouping that fits your unique space and needs. Coordinating pieces and accessories truly highlight chaise sofas. No matter which chaise or sofa accessories you purchase, you will guarantee a warm, comfortable, and inviting home for guests, friends and family.

Chaise Lounge Sofa

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Experience luxurious comfort and signature style with Bassett Furniture’s elegant and comfy chaise lounge chairs, ottomans, sectionals, and sofas. Discover the perfect lounge chair for any home at Bassett Furniture, whether with a sit-alone chaise or with a chaise lounge handsomely built into a sectional or sofa.

Chaise Lounge Sofa

Isn’t it time to put away the folding chairs once and for all? Add chairs or chaises to your seating repertoire at Ashley HomeStore. Chairs are available in all different styles, sizes and shapes and can be used to fill the need in any room in your house. One of the most popular styles is a wingback chair with its sheltering back and comfy armrests—put it next to a table with a lamp and you’ve got the perfect spot to cozy up with a good book. Another way to keep cozy is with swivel chairs. Often with a 360-degree radius, a swivel chair lets you stay in one place, but offers the freedom to spin around and join in any conversation without leaving your chair. If you desire maximum comfort, shop the stylish selection of reclining chairs—available a wide variety of sizes and materials. Recliners covered with soft fabrics or leather can be combined with power options for optimum comfort. Punctuate any seating arrangement with a stylish living room chair. You’ll find plenty of accent chairs that combine beautiful design with quality materials to create a welcoming seat. Choose from a wide selection of armless chairs and arm chairs. The unique design and fabric of an arm chair or armless chair can turn it into quite a conversation piece. When you’re ready to sit back and kick up your feet after a long day, get the space and support of a sofa chaise. With its elongated legroom, a chaise lounge sofa gives you ample space to stretch out and relax. Genuine leather, microfiber or deeply tufted upholstery, among other coverings, are in Ashley HomeStore’s selection of chaise lounge chairs.

Chaise Lounge Sofa

In modern French the term chaise longue can refer to any long reclining chair such as a deckchair. A literal translation in English is “long chair”. In the United States the term lounge chair is also used to refer to any long reclining chair. In the United States, chaise longue is nearly always written “chaise lounge” and pronounced /tʃeɪsˈlaʊndʒ/, the first constituent a spelling pronunciation, the second a 19th-century folk-anagrammatic adaptation of French longue.

Chaise Lounge Sofa

Similar to the poster canopy bed, the concept of the chaise lounge was born hundreds – make that many hundreds of years ago. While the chaise could often be found in the home of French aristocrats of the 16th century, its origins can be traced all the way back to ancient Egypt and early Rome. Often found in dining rooms, bedrooms and even home libraries, Romans likely considered the chaise to be the most important piece of furniture in their homes.

Chaise Lounge Sofa

If you’re looking for a way to sneak in stylish sophistication to your home’s decor, consider a chaise lounge chair or divan. Whether you’re outfitting a reading nook or adding extra seating to your living room, they’re sure to be a chic accessory that will complete any look. Since it will likely be an investment piece, be sure to make the right decision when purchasing by understanding what to look for and deciding what chaise lounge is right for your home. More

French for long chair, a chaise is typically designed for maximum comfort with a low back and an elongated, outstretched surface area for one’s feet to rest. It’s not unlike a chair and ottoman in one. A chaise can act as a daybed or simply a place to sit down and rest while waiting for someone or something. Both functional and elegant, a chaise is an ideal addition to a bedroom or living room.

For the Victorians, the chaise longue was thought of as being particularly dear to expecting wives. As birth control information (and birth control devices) improved and became more widespread, the chaise longue became less fashionable. Marghanita Laski was the author of The Victorian Chaise-longue, a historical novel, published in 1953,

Today, Bassett Furniture offers chaise lounges in modern or traditional styles for those who wish to have a comfortable place to put their feet up after a long day. Available in a wide variety of styles, designs and upholstery options, you’ll find am incredibly comfortable chaise that matches your decor and fits comfortably within you budget.

The Romans also used a daybed for reclining in the daytime and to sleep on at night. Developed from the Greek prototype, the Roman daybed was designed with legs carved in wood or cast bronze. The Romans also adapted a chaise longue style chair for the accubatio (the act of reclining during a meal). At Roman banquets, the usual number of persons occupying each bed was three, with three daybeds forming three sides of a small square, so that the triclinium (the dining-room of a Roman residence) allowed for a party of nine. The Romans did not practice upholstery, so the couches were made comfortable with pillows, loose covers and animal skins.

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