DIY Chaise Lounge – A lounger chair can help you relax after a long day at work and mixes well with other furniture in the house. What allows you to sit or lie down sunbeds can be used for anything from a quick nap for light work. Select the wood for your lounger. As these hammocks are going to be for indoor use, most of the forests will be sufficient.
Saw nine 1-by-4-inch wood planks measuring 8 feet long in two boards in 74 1/2 inches in length, five 19-inch boards, five 51-inch boards, two 76-inch boards, four boards at 11 1/2 inches and five rebounds at 25 inches. Mount the frame by attaching the five 1-by-4-by-19-inch beams between the two 1-by-4-by-74 1/2-inch rails with 2-inch countersunk screws. The first beam must be flush with the edges of the two side rails, the second must be 24 1/4 inches from the outside face of the first beam, the third must be 41 inches from the first joist and the fourth must be 57 inches from the first joist.
Install the four 1-by-4-by-11 1/2 inch legs, using the same 2-inch countersunk screws. Use strong wood glue on one side of every 23 1-by-2-per-1/2-inch board and secure them to the inside of the hole between the first and second joists, flush with the bottom of the frame. Place the flat back against the living room cover, so that the lower board is aligned with the hole between the first and second joists. Construct the back support bracket by screwing the 1/2 boards 2-by-2-by-9 4 inches in the 3 ironing / 4 inch 1-by-2-by-18. Join six of the remaining 1-by-2-inch remains in the fastening system inside the hole with wood glue and 1 1/4-inch nail. Look over the armchair and sand the irregular edges to avoid cuts or splinters.
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