A French term for a couch or day bed with an upholstered back.
a long chair; for reclining
a chair with a seat long enough to completely support its user's legs
(French): Literally, "long chair." Also referred to as a fainting couch.
Literally, "long chair," a sofa or daybed with an upholstered back, designed for reclining. Today it is usually a single piece, but early versions encompassed a bergère with a large stool or two armchairs and a center stool.
From French, just meaning 'Long Chair'. upholstered armchair with the back and seat lengthened for reclining. Styles ranges from 19th century formal to contemporary.
An elongated 18th C, upholstered chair or daybed, popular in England during the Regency period.
Literally, the "long chair," a sofa or daybed with upholsteries behind, designed to rest. It is today generally a unique piece, but the early versions included bergÃ¨re with a great stool or two armchairs and a stool of center.
(French) A long reclining chair.
French for "long chair," and pronounced shayz long, an upholstered armchair with the back and seat lengthened for reclining.
A chaise longue (French "long chair") is an upholstered couch in the shape of a chair that is long enough to support the legs.