Typically French, the chaise longue is an ideal seat for resting or reading comfortably. On the look side, we like it both in its classic version – even baroque – to play the surprise in a contemporary interior as well as very drawn with super design pieces. Extended, with or without armrests, curved or not, the chaise longue is multi-faceted to adapt to all interiors and invent itself as a real decorative piece in the living room. Overview in 10 images of the meridians to adopt without further delay!
A designer daybed
In a very designed interior, we do not hesitate to use the chaise longue as a work which will then be proudly displayed in the living room. We then choose an iconic piece, like the LC4, designed for the first time in 1929 by Perriand and Le Corbusier, and still reissued by Cassina today. Who said that art can only be found in museums?
A chic and practical daybed
Between bench and sofa, here is a daybed that is both chic and functional, thanks to its integrated side table on which you can put a book or a mug of tea during your idleness sessions. We love its geometric lines and the combination of leather and wood, for a result that is both raw and authentic, but also refined and elegant.
A Scandinavian daybed
We also love the chaise longue in its Scandinavian version, in light wood and pastel fabric to respect the dress code of the Nordic style, so chic! The lines of the seat are also well-drawn and the tapered base
is typical of Scandinavian design. In powder or pastel pink, the meridian will not fail to bring a soft atmosphere and a touch of femininity to the living room.
A minimalist day bed
In a small living room, we think of choosing a chaise longue like a day bed, without a backrest or armrests. This one will appeal to lovers of minimalist design with its sleek shape and pretty finishes.