Chaise lounge plans – In as little as a weekend, you can build a chaise lounge chair that will offer a comfortable outdoor perch for years to come. Either free or for a fee, many woodworking and carpentry sources online offer plans. Either way, building your own chaise lounge saves considerable expense. And also can produce a piece of furniture as solid and handsome as a store-bought version.
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For a chaise lounge plans inspired by such popular dealers as Pottery Barn, West Elm or Restoration Hardware, Knock-Off Wood follows plans. They provide instruction for both an adjustable chaise longue and a pillow to place on the top. The plan is described as an advanced level, recommended for those who are familiar with woodworking and construction. Tools required include tape measure, carpentry square, a level, a saw, a drill, jigsaw, a grinding machine and finishing equipment such as varnish. In addition to lumber, necessary materials include screws, tapes, wood glue, wood filler and foam and materials for the pad.
If you are willing to pay for your chaise lounge plans, consider Carpenters Workshop.com, where the plans for their Lazy Days Chaise Lounge cost £ 5.80 as of August 2010. Backing adapts to five different positions. While the plans recommend using mahogany, you can use other types of lumber as well. The tools needed include table saw, a razor, clamps, a router, a bandaw, a drill and some common hand tools. The plans were prepared by the editors of wood magazine and include detailed instructions, drawings and materials lists.