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There’s even the guest-only Carlino restaurant—serving up Italian classics and utilizing fresh produce from the on-site garden—down by their patch of beach and a vast sunbathing patio outfitted with umbrellas and cushioned chaise lounges.
The sun shelf, which holds four chaise longues, became a social space.
Umbrella tables and chaise longues line the deck at the Tanenbaum Family Pool, on the site of a former private pool club that became part of the Samuel Field Y three years ago.
Tropical gardens, two pools, and chaise lounges tucked into a tiki hut make the place feel more like a resort than a lodge (and that’s a good thing).
The deputies were directed to the backyard, where Frazier was on a chaise lounge chair, according to the FDLE report.
The jumble of driftwood tables, schoolhouse chairs, and chaises before us is Biquet Plage, a café that looks like an artsy yard sale spilling out of a shipping container onto the wide beach.
Sundays at 1 p.m., lean back in a chaise lounger as Pool House serves up rising DJs and other brunchtime necessities.
The five paintings here benefit from formal continuity: Each centers on a large backyard swimming pool, its turquoise water edged in white stone and chaise longues and backed by sharp green grass and green-black shrubs.
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Origin and Etymology of chaise
French, chair, chaise, alteration of Old French chaiere chair
First Known Use: 1701See Words from the same year
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