if you're looking to elevate the look & feel around your pool this Summer, the addition of a few classy and comfortable sun loungers should do the trick.
with so many options out there, it can become overwhelming to settle on the right type of pool lounger for your space. our buyers guide will help to simplify things so that you can make the most of the gorgeous Summer days that are just around the corner.
convenience: your weekends and holidays are a time to de-stress and relax - which is why convenience is top of our list.
1. choose pool loungers that can remain outdoors throughout the season so that you don't have to trouble yourself with taking them in and out of storage often.
2. wheels: these should just come standard! there's no risk of muscular strains from trying to carry your lounger from one spot to the next when there are wheels involved.
great for chasing the sun or re-positioning to keep an eye on the kids from outside the pool. our range of pool loungers feature discreet wheels, keeping the silhouette chic and clean
design: opt for beautiful outdoor furniture pieces only - high quality loungers can create that luxurious spa-like feeling at home. now who wouldn't want that?
while functionality is foremost, we believe that well-designed loungers/ daybeds are the only type that should be brought into a sophisticated outdoor space.
structure: the great debate in the world of pool loungers: fixed or foldable. while foldable loungers can save on space when not in use, fixed loungers are almost always more generous in size and offer far more comfort and sturdiness.
opt for loungers with adjustable back-rests so that you can truly get comfortable.
material choice: this combines our top two points of convenience and design. a cushioned lounger is great in theory but not such fun when you find yourself washing the covers every few days, or having to replace inners due to mildew at the end of each Summer.
we love the quick-dry, fuss-free, straight-from-pool-to-lounger solution that is textaline. super flexible and comfortable, the fibres and weave used in textiline allow you to completely chill out without having to worry about a wet bathing suit while you soak up the sun!
(added bonus: UV-protected & easy to clean - no fade, no fuss)
what about wood?: both teak and acacia are great woods to use in the construction of a sun lounger. soft to the touch and incredibly durable, these woods are perfectly suited to time out in the sun given their tropical origins. low maintenance, with only once-a-season oiling required to keep 'em looking gorgeous.