The chaise longue is typically a long reclining chair that is used as somewhere for contemplation and relaxation. These days this furniture item is usually seen as a statement piece that sets the mood in a room, giving it instant character. These beloved furniture pieces are not only found in the living room… you can now see them featured in bedrooms and even bathrooms, adding a touch of glamour to these traditionally functional rooms.
Above Moroso’s Bohemian chaise longue was designed by Patricia Urquiola and looks like it is melting over its frame. It comes in either leather or fabric and is attached to the frame with press studs. Available from Siesta Interior Design in C. Plaza in Nueva Andalucía (www.siestainteriordesign.com), Vertigo in the Marbella Club (www.vertigo-marbella.com) and Acoola in Pol. Ind. San Pedro de Alcántara (www.acoola.eu).
Opposite Page Above The Santena chaise longue by Lene Bjerre makes an eye-catching statement with its Chesterfield appearance, instantly adding personality to a room. Available from Femont Galvan in the Marbella Club (www.femontgalvan.com).
Below The PK24™ chaise longue from Fritz Hansen has an organic shape distinctive of the work of Poul Kjærholm, who found inspiration from the Rococo period. Kjærholm also called the PK24 the “Hammock Chair” as the body is suspended between two points. Available from BoConcept Plus Store on the Mijas Road and C. de Negocios Oasis in Marbella (www.plusstore.es).
The Donovan chaise longue by Cattelan Italia comes with a white or graphite base embossed with lacquered steel, and a wooden upholstered frame in either fabric, nubuck or leather. Its clean lines add an executive look to a room. Available from The White House in Urb. Marbella Real (www.whitehousemarbella.com), Estuco Interiors in C. Plaza in Nueva Andalucía (www.estucointeriors.com), UDesign in Pol. Ind. San Pedro de Alcántara (www.udesign.es) and Aalto Exclusive Furniture in Urb. Carolina Park in Marbella (www.aaltofurniture.com).
Above Cloud armchairs from Gervasoni’s Nuvola range are made with polyurethane foam covered with a quilted removable cover. Available from UDesign in Pol. Ind. San Pedro de Alcántara (www.udesign.es) and Femont Galvan in the Marbella Club (www.femontgalvan.com).
Below Left The Honey lounge chair from Camerich offers supreme comfort with a playful and contemporary design. Camerich is situated in Centro de Negocios Oasis in Marbella (www.camerich.com).
Below Right Dutch Bone’s Flower lounge chair has an upmarket aesthetic which combines contemporary and art nouveau design. It has a handy swivel foot for easy manoeuvrability when seated. Available from Interiors in C. Plaza in Nueva Andalucía (www.estucointeriors.com) and ID House in CC Azalea between San Pedro de Alcántara and Puerto Banús (www.idhouse.es).
The award-winning Little Petra armchair from And Tradition is low to the ground and embraces you when you sit down, offering the utmost in comfort. The legs come in either oak or walnut. And Tradition is available from UDesign in Pol. Ind. San Pedro de Alcántara (www.udesign.es).