Just lounging about
Posted on July 23 2012
Everyone loves lying down. Whether we’re tired or not; we all like to turn our bedrooms in peaceful relaxation havens, where we can go to get away from the stresses and strains of modern day life.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could extend our bedroom into the garden? Imagine lying down under the beautiful blue sky; making pictures out of passing clouds; whilst taking in the unmistakeable bouquet of freshly cut grass, and glorious flowers in bloom; along with the enchanting chirruping of birds playing in the trees. Nature is one of the greatest relaxation therapies there is; and best of all its free.
With a garden lounger, you really do bring your bedroom outside. This fabulous alternative to the standard garden chair; really does deserve the credit where credit is due. With so many styles, sizes and colours available, the only problem you’ll have is not staying in your garden all night long.
Garden loungers have indeed come a long way since the days of the folding metal nightmares we’ve all experienced as a child. If you haven’t been unsuspectingly been caught in one of these as a child, then you really have gotten away lightly.
Still not convinced that you’re missing out on a fantastic addition to your garden or patio; take a look at the magnificent Chicago Super Weave lounger. This is not just a lounger; it’s a stunning work of art. With thick seat and back cushions lulling you in to unadulterated luxury; all you’ll be missing is your quilt.
If traditional is more your style, have no fear; garden loungers really do come in all shapes and sizes. The Atlanta Folding Lounger is a gorgeous wooden sun lounger which looks like its stepped straight from a Hollywood Hills pool side. It folds, it wheels, and it is simply amazing.
At SimplyPatioFurniture.co.uk the range of Garden Loungers is guaranteed to have to running straight into your garden for the ultimate in lounging luxury and if you wanted to jump in something more comfortable, like a hammock, then its your choice. Sharing is of course optional.