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Best Bets: 10 Outdoor Lounge Chairs

‘Tis the season for being outdoors, and for enjoying it as much and as long as you can. Kicking back this summer means you’ll be sitting pretty—and quite comfortably—in these 10 outdoor loungers.

Written by Nissa Hallquist

Amaze Lounge Chair by Cane-line

Known primarily for their all-weather wicker and outdoor upholstery, Cane-line takes a triumphant leap into the world of wood with this lovely chair made with solid teak slats. They are curved just so to cradle the body.

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Amaze Lounge Chair by Cane-line

Faz Lounge Chair by Vondom

With an angular, thick form made out of molded polyethylene and vinyl cushions, the Faz Lounge Chair is so coolly futuristic and comfortable, you’ll feel like the captain of a spaceship.

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Faz Lounge Chair by Vondom

Acapulco Chair by Innit Designs

It is, indeed, much more comfortable and supportive than it looks. The Acapulco Chair remains just as it was when it was first designed in the 1950s with a nest-like seat woven out of strong and smooth vinyl yarns. Go ahead and try it; you’ll definitely like it.

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Acapulco Chair by Innit Designs

H55 Folding Lounge Chair by Skargaarden

Another 1950s design, by Bjorn Hulten. With a minimum of components—teak and a single panel of Sunbrella or canvas fabric—the H55 Folding Lounge Chair provides remarkable and movable lounging wherever you need it.

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H55 Folding Lounge Chair by Skargaarden

Bubble Club Chair by Kartell

Before the Bubble Club collection by Kartell, outdoor furniture was pretty unsurprising. As envisioned by Philippe Starck, the Bubble Club Armchair has all the classic lines and curves of an indoor club chair, but is made out of very outdoor-friendly polyethylene. Surprising, indeed.

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Bubble Club Chair by Kartell

Rapson Low Back Lounge by Loll Designs

While inspired by the 1939 Rapson Rocker, the Rapson Low Back Lounge is very much a 21st century outdoor lounge. The comfortable curves of the original design are reinterpreted using plastic from recycled milk jugs.

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Rapson Low Back Lounge by Loll

Nemo Chair by Driade

How do you really personalize an outdoor space? Put an actual face in it. This is the signature piece for Driade, a lounge chair that is molded out of polyethylene to resemble an oversized mask. The curves of that mask create an unexpectedly comfortable seat.

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Nemo Chair by Driade

Stripe Lounge Chair by Mamagreen

The Stripe collection is amongst the most popular by Mamagreen. This is likely due to the ideal combination of comfy cushions, colorful frame and contemporary form. The main cushions are soft and weatherproof, as is also the vibrant Stripe fabric-covered frame.

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Stripe Lounge Chair by Mamagreen

Alize Adjustable Stacking Armchair by Fermob

Known primarily for their brightly colored array of powder coated metal furniture, Fermob mixes it up here with their signature Outdoor Technical Fabric (OTF). The Alize Adjustable Stacking Armchair is part armchair, part sun lounger and all you need for airy relaxation.

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Alize Adjustable Stacking Armchair by Fermob

Tsjonge Lounge by Fatboy

By reinventing the beanbag chair, Fatboy is already one of the cool kids. With the Tsjonge Lounge (and matching Jonge Ottoman), they add another sophisticated variation—which also happens to be weather resistant. It comes in a wide array of seat and cushion/back colors.

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Tsjonge Lounge by Fatboy
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