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PUSSYCAT HOL: Singer cools off in water TAKING A PITSTOP: Lewis relaxes on lounger with Nicole GOING FOR SPIN: On beach GIVE ME A LIFT, LEW?
Armchairs, daybeds and even coffee tables and bars are the new, indulgent additions to the conventional patio dining sets and loungers.
Once In A Lifetime covers, priced at pounds 37 and complete deck-chairs, with frame, at pounds 120 plus package and posting (pounds 5 for covers and pounds 15 for complete deck-chairs within the UK) from Fagan-Bird Interiors; Savannah lounger, pounds 580, from Multiyork Furniture; The Cotswold Company's Rattan Chaise Longue, pounds 299; Atelier Abigail Ahern bubble chair - pounds 2,500; Pod woven outdoor chair, pounds 995, which comes with a matching table, pounds 250 from Heals; Equinox stacking loungers in teak and stainless steel, with the lounger in the foreground featuring a Texilene sling: pounds 795, from Multiyork Furniture; Family Hammock, pounds 57.
Q Where can I buy modern-looking, foldaway, reclining loungers for the small balcony area of my new flat?
It stores much more compactly than a rigid lounger and we expect to get a very strong response to it.
They peed up against my sun lounger while I was lying on it.
In fact, exterior furniture and furnishings are now just as trend-led as interior collections as it seems we have finally found valid alternatives to the standard sun lounger.
There were three swimming pools of different temperatures, steam rooms, whirlpools and so many lounger beds just waiting to absorb my body.
Mr Pringle said while Mr Mole's attention was on his younger son, Chad wandered off and ended up in the bubble lounger area, a bubbly shelf around the edge of the deep end.
He said Chad ended up in the bubble lounger area, a bubbly shelf around the edge of the deep end.
They come in one piece with no fold-up bits to make the lounger weak.
Just a shame it's a bit too chilly to get the lounger out for the moment.