Hanging chaise lounge chair can be very expensive, but many homeowners do not realize there is another option. Building your own outdoor armchairs is a way to save money on outdoor furniture. It also allows you to customize your lounge chairs to suit your needs as well as your desired color palette. Once you have mounted the basic frame for your chair, you only need to install the cams and paint the finished chair.
Arrange two of the 20-inch and the two 60-inch lengths of one-of-4-inch for hanging chaise lounge chair. In a rectangular shape standing upright on their longest narrow edges. Sandwich the shorter boards between the ends of the longer boards and align the outer edges. Attach the frame by driving 2-inch wooden screws through the longer boards in the shorter. Slide the remaining three 20-inch lengths of 1-of-4-inch hardwood perpendicularly between the longer sides of the frame at 14-inch intervals, measurement from the right edge of the frame.
Attach the three 20-inch discs by driving 2-inch wood screws through the frame of the disc thickness. When done, the rectangular frame should be divided into four sections. Three of the sections should be about 14 inches wide and fourth about 18 inches wide. Lay the five 42-inch lengths of 1-in-4-inch hardwood flat on top of the rectangular frame you just finished, spacing them 1/4 inch apart. Hanging chaise lounge chair place these boards – as are the seat boards – so the right edges hang over the right edge of the frame. The 18-inch section of the frame should remain uncovered.