Fabric Patchwork Marilyn Chaise Lounge

In stock - delivery within in 1-2 weeks.

SKU
LS-MARILYN-CHAISE-ANNA-ORG-ST
Special Price £269.00 Regular Price £399.00

Multicoloured Black Patchwork Right-Hand Facing Chaise Lounge

• Exceptional level of comfort, making it easier for you to unwind in the surroundings of your home.

• Crafted in luxury fabric to create sofas of exceptional beauty.

• Buttoning on the back section.

• Please note that due to the nature of patchwork, the item delivered will differ from item shown in the picture but will have the same pattern as a variant.

• Hardwood frame providing great support.

• Fully compliant with UK fire regulations.

Multicoloured Black Patchwork Right-Hand Facing Chaise Lounge

This Chaise Lounge is a definite addition to your room, if you wish to make a statement with its traditionally classic style offered by its eye-catching patchwork pattern and dark hardwood legs.

Please note that due to the nature of patch-working, the item delivered will differ from item shown in the picture, but will have the same pattern as a variant.

While considering access to delivery, the entire aspect of delivering your sofa from the front door of your house/building to your room of choice needs to be considered. Please double-check the dimensions of the sofas and ensure that sufficient access is available for delivery.

FAQ

• What is the point of a chaise lounge?

The chaise lounge provides comfort, designed for one person to stretch out upon, making them perfect for reading, relaxing or a quick nap.

• How do you use a chaise lounge?

Position near a window for reading. Also perfect when dressing, helping you change clothes or shoes.

• How do you spell chaise lounge?

The correct spelling is Chaise longue, French for long chair. However, the American version chaise lounge is now the most common name in the UK.

• Why are chaise lounges getting popular and in trend?

Comfortable, useful and now in trend as a great addition to a bedroom either with a slipper chair or instead.

• Why are they sometimes called fainting couches?

There is much speculation on this but it is believed to be from Victorian women often fainting when wearing tight corsets.

More Information
ColorMulticoloured
Delivery TimeIn stock - delivery within 1-2 weeks.
MaterialPatchwork Fabric
Height76 cm
Width67 cm
Depth160 cm
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Customer Questions
What type of fabric is used as the base for patchwork?
We use crushed velvet as the foundation for our patchwork print, which provides for an interesting, textured look and feel of the fabric.
How fast is delivery?
We mainly use XPD who aim to deliver within 2 or 3 days. We keep most chairs in stock ready for delivery, but where we sell out, the listing will state this and show a slightly longer delivery.
What is the point of a chaise lounge?
The chaise lounge provides comfort, designed for one person to stretch out upon, making them perfect for reading, relaxing or a quick nap.
How do you use a chaise lounge?
Position near a window for reading. Also perfect when dressing, helping you change clothes or shoes.
How do you spell chaise lounge?
The correct spelling is Chaise longue, French for long chair. However, the American version chaise lounge is now the most common name in the UK.
Why are chaise lounges getting popular and in trend?
Comfortable, useful and now in trend as a great addition to a bedroom either with a slipper chair or instead.
Why are they sometimes called fainting couches?
There is much speculation on this but it is believed to be from Victorian women often fainting when wearing tight corsets.
Can I only choose a specific pattern from the patchwork?
No, we are unable to modify the fabric to that extent.
Can I pay in instalments?
Yes, We've partnered with Klarna to give you a better shopping experience. You can choose Klarna at checkout and split your purchase into three equal payments. You can find more details here : https://stunningchairs.co.uk/klarna.html
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