Published at Saturday, March 17th, 2018 - 19:21:19 PM. Lounge Chair. By Ernest Barnier.
With the exception of chaise lounges, a majority of lounge chairs for the outdoors can be referred to as arm chairs, similar to the indoor variety. The popularity of the chaise lounge springs up immediately as an image of a lounger, but lounge chairs are more traditional in nature and are options to the habitual recliner and relaxer who wants to spread out. When you are outside and need to sit in a chair for relaxing, a lounge chair with a deep seat may be just what you are looking for. But have you imagined one with a bungalow sun-shade?
Lounge chairs undergo certification attesting to their greenness and their certification for chemicals. The FTC wood frame certification is from the Forest Stewardship Council. Loungers and the companies that make them may have this designation. The McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC) Cradle to Cradle™ Design Protocol, implemented since 2010, is a protocol used in certification processes by the Cradle Products Innovation Institute. This product certification takes a comprehensive approach to evaluating not only inputs to design but the entire production process. It insures contemporary American lounge chairs and a host of other products are produced using closed loop methods. Did you ever think so much thought on sustainable and green issues like renewable energy, product recovery, water stewardship, and third party social responsibility went into the lounger you are lounging on?
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