Nothing says “holiday” quite like an outdoor chaise, particularly when it’s poolside and accompanied by an aperitif. Here are our 10 favorite modern white outdoor chaise lounges and sun beds for an instant French Riviera look in any outdoor space.
Bonjour, les grandes vacances! Above: Blu Dot’s Skiff Outdoor Sun Lounger is made of powder-coated aluminum and weather-resistant Batyline fabric. It’s $999 at Blu Dot. Above: The Kettal Park Life Sunlounger is designed by Jasper Morrison and made of powder-coated aluminum and comes with a cushion; €2,195 at Ambient Direct. Above: The Jan Kurtz Rimini Classic Sunbed is made of a white powder-coated aluminum frame and a waterproof and UV-resistant fabric; $395 at Connox. Above: The Loll Designs Lollygagger Chaise is made of 100 percent recycled and recyclable plastic, mostly from post-consumer plastic milk jugs, for $1,020 at Design Within Reach. Above: Like the company’s classic outdoor chair, Fermob’s Bistro Deckchair is a similar style made of steel with UV-resistant powder lacquer; $658 at Connox. Above: The 1966 Contour Chaise was designed by Richard Schultz for Knoll using woven vinyl-coated polyester mesh and powder-coated aluminum; $2,318 at Knoll. Above: The Amigo Aluminum Three-Leg Lounger is from Italian manufacturer Fiam and is made of aluminum and textilene, a weatherproof and UV-resistant fabric; $188 at Connox. Above: The Eos Chaise designed by Matthew Hilton for Case is made of powder-coated aluminum and mold-, mildew-, and UV-resistent Textilene fabric; $995 at Design Within Reach. Above: Another design by Richard Schultz for Knoll is the Schultz Adjustable Chaise Lounge made of aluminum and weather-resistant Gore Tenara sewing thread; $3,083 at Hive Modern. Any of these lounge chairs would look lovely next to a swimming pool. For more design ideas, see our guide to Above: Another design from Fermob is the Alizé Deck Chair, which is made of aluminum and outdoor fabric and comes with a removable footrest; $1,185 at Connox. Swimming Pools 101 in our curated guides to Hardscape 101 projects. For more outdoor furniture, see our posts: