When the warm weather is here and the sun is shining, it’s time to bring out the trusty Sun Lounger for some well deserved relaxation. If you are looking for a new Sun Lounger or you haven’t got one yet we have some handy advice on what to look for. In this guide we will list all of the different types, materials and features you should be looking for.
Are you looking for something practical but luxurious? Or something to soak up the sun with a partner. There are many different types of loungers.
Recline and catch those sun rays with the sleek looking and comfortable loungers from Higold.
Top up your tan with some company with a double design Sun Lounger, which feathers more space than your typical Sun Lounger. This features two Loungers next to each other with a table on the side.
Easy to Store
Highly practical, compactable designs can easily be put back in to storage after use or bad weather.
Each material has its own distinct benefits. Read on to find out which type suits you best.
Teak is a wood used for making boats, furniture and other things which require resistance to the elements. Teak is a very high quality wood which is great for gardens as it blends in with the surroundings.
Aluminium is perfect for climates that have a mix of rainy and sunny spells. This is because it is a anti-rust material. Metal frames are long-lasting and give a contemporary look and are very easy to move around your garden.
Luxury Yacht quality fabric composition
Trusted by luxury Yacht makers for deck furnishings, the fabric fibres are solution-dyed acrylic, allowing the colour to permeate to the very core of the fabric fibres which creates a rich, fade resistant colour that stands to the test of time. A great fabric which can be left outside all year round, so you don’t have to worry about moving it inside or keeping it protected after every single use.
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