Small Grey Chaise Design Ideas
Grey chaise – French for long chair, a chaise or sofa make an interesting design statement in any room and provides a comfortable place to lounge. This type of chair can be done relatively easily by anyone with basic woodworking skills. It basically consists of a low base with an arm at one end, on top of which you can add foam cushions upholstered in fabric that coordinate with the room’s existing decor. This project for a modern grey chaise with simple lines can be completed in a matter of hours with basic tools including a saw and a nail gun.
Decide what size you want the chaise to be given the space you have in mind for it. Construct base grey chaise. Cut two pieces of 2-inch-by-4-inch lumber to length and one piece to the desired width. The other end of the rectangle will be both the base and arm of the grey chaise longue. Cut a 4-inch-by-4-inch piece of board to make legs for your chaise lounge. Deciding how far off the ground you want chaise to be and cut each leg to the length. Cut 1 cm x 3 inches struts to the shores of chaise lounge. Nail these along the length of the chaise to form the seat. The structure of the grey chaise is now complete.
Fill any nail holes with wood filler and sand any rough edges from your grey chaise frame. Cut a piece 5-inch high-density padding foam to the size of the grey chaise to form the seat cushion. Cover pillow in a fabric of your choice that will coordinate with other fabrics in the room. The easiest way to cover the foam block is to package it as if it were a gift, folding the fabric under the pillow and sew seams together on the bottom of the pad.