Contemporary Chaise Longues

27 March 2020

Long thought of as a stylish boudoir chair for bedroom seating, the modern chaise longue was invented in France during the 16th century as a way to recline without retiring to the bedroom. With rare and expensive materials used in their construction, in time it would become a symbol of high status. Today, one needn't be limited to the living or bedroom, with designs ready to look just as good in an office or study. Here at Lime we offer some contemporary takes on the classic style to help bring luxury into your space.

Cattelan Italia Donovan Chaise   Sits Jenny Chaise Longue

Pictured above: Donovan by Cattelan Italia , and Jenny by Sits

If traditional comfort is what you seek, consider the Sits' Jenny. Jenny is an stylish and welcoming chaise longue with a plump seat, softly curved lines and shaped wood legs, immediately at ease in the modern home.

For wow factor, Cattelan Italia's Donovan chaise longue is a stunning contemporary piece featuring a curved upholstered seat in synthetic or real leathers, on a subtly sculptural angular steel frame.
Their Casanova is an elegant swivel based chaise longue with accented curves to fit the contours of the body and a striking adjustable metal base, and again is upholstered in a choice of synthetic or real leathers.

Whether your space is modern and minimalist, or contemporary and cosy, these chaise longues are certain to be a great fit.


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