1. As they say at the bar after a long and tiring day, "Make mine a double." A double wicker chaise lounge is built for two, but it's also an awfully nice size for lone loungers to come home to after a full day (or week) of work.
2. Attention, budget-conscious home and business shoppers: some of the best deals on wicker lounge chairs can be found in our wicker chaise lounge sets. Chaise sets from RST Outdoor are an excellent choice as commercial chaise lounges. They even stack flat for easy storage (up to eight high).
3. Sectional wicker daybeds are built for the good kind of urban sprawl. Consisting of a loveseat, curved benches, and an ottoman or table, these sectional sets create a wicker chat set when pulled apart, and a spacious and comfortable daybed when pushed together.
4. A lounger isn't as easy to move as an outdoor wicker chair, but there's less need to when it's made of all-weather wicker. A resin wicker chaise lounge is moisture- and fade-resistant, and supported by the lightweight strength of rust-proof aluminum.
5. An adjustable wicker lounge chair with multi-position recline can do pretty much everything except freshen your drink. If you plan to soak up some sun at the beach or poolside, look for loungers made from UV-tested DuraWeave resin wicker. They'll keep their natural color for years, even without sunscreen.
6. Wicker sectionals from Caluco feature asymmetrical right arm/left arm designs that can be used independently or combined to create a double chaise lounge sofa. It's a modular combination that works equally well as wicker sunroom furniture or patio furniture.
7. The overwide frames and fully adjustable seats of Source Outdoor's King Collection wicker chaise lounges create a visually arresting lounger that looks and performs like an outdoor platform bed. Goodnight moon!