The longue and the short of it: 4 chaise longues your home needs

Channelling the Romans who once ate and entertained whilst lying down on furniture of a similar ilk, the chaise longue is a versatile item that any considered interior deserves. Employed in sunny nooks and living spaces where they can be used to accommodate more than one person when seated upright, the luxurious furnishing never fails to add a touch of je ne sais quoi.

Left to right:
Happy chaise by Antonio Citterio for Flexform from Studio Italia
Emilee ottoman by David Shaw from David Shaw
YOMA bed by Kaschkasch for Zeitraum from ECC
Atoll daybed by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia from Matisse

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