Lounging Around

Summer is the Time to Forget Your Cares and Zone Out
By HRES Staff Writer - May 7, 2018

Hanging Out
Inspired by a Scandinavian design from the ‘60s, this scooped-seat bench from Serena and Lily in Wainscott seats two (and holds up to 500 pounds). Deck it out with pillows and throws for a truly decadent respite. Serena and Lily in Wainscott. $498

Make a Statement
This unique crate chair for your outdoor patio or garden will be a conversation starter. Its soft vibrant blue cushion and cocoon-like frame also make for a comfortable lounging experience. Home Goods in Wainscott. $239.99

Easy Going
Designed by Australian brothers Harrison and Nicholas Condos, the Balmain Teak Lounge Chair is Informed by the iconic arc of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The gently curved minimalist silhouette is a study in simplicity and finely tuned proportions, the better for listening to Puccini by the pool. Restoration Hardware in East Hampton. $1,046

Double Your Pleasure
The Echo Beach Sand Double Chaise Lounge is handcrafted of durable synthetic rattan over a weather-resistant support and rust-resistant wrought iron frame. Part of a collection, this modern design works beautifully with many outdoor styles. And encourages togetherness. Pier 1 in Southampton. $649.99

Sail Away
Boat sails inspired this pool lounger that protects you from the sun and wind by the curve of the sail’s surface. The Vaurien’s shape is achieved by mounting the fabrics on a structure of fiberglass battens while an inner air chamber makes it float. Ahoy matey. Designed by Enrique Kahle. Couture Outdoor in Southampton. $1,890

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