Oversized Chaise – When furnishing a room, being is a primary concern. Your lifestyle and the size of your living room will dictate the type, style, and scale of the chaise you choose. A family that has large gatherings or entertains frequently needs a large chaise. Large chaises can also double as additional sleeping space for overnight stays.
Sectional chaises, which modular chaises, are sometimes called come with three or more connecting pieces. The beauty of the sectional is that it can be expanded to meet the seating needs of any family. Sectionals can be ordered custom, and available parts include a corner section, end section with the arm, bench or ottoman, chaise section, reclining and straight section without arms. Home theater chaises are sold in sections with each section having a break from the console or arm. The section of the console between seats is large enough for drinks or a snack to eat during a movie. Theater chaises feature segments that can be arranged in curves or straight lines. You can also buy theater chaises that have reclining sections.
A typical three-seater chaise is approximately 76 inches long in external dimensions. A 6-foot man could not stretch comfortably out on a 76-inch chaise. To get a long chaise, look for an armchair with four or five seats. Buying a chaise with one arm at only one end will give you the option of adding an Ottoman Bench at the opposite end for additional seats.