The best sun loungers for laid back summer living
With prices ranging from £30 to £1,287
Habitat Jambi Garden Lounger
If you’re looking for a statement piece, this Habitat lounger is a good option. It has a bold multicoloured finish and can stay outside all year round, but it’s adjustable to only two positions.
Barlow Tyrie Capri Ultra Lounger
A classic but pricey lounger with honey-coloured teak slats and smooth curved legs. The wheels make it easy to follow the sun and there’s a handy pull-out tray for drinks.
Tine K Bamboo Sun Lounger
For an eco-conscious option, this handmade bamboo lounger is a stylish choice. The cushion is available in white, grey or black, and the lounger also comes with a cover for light rain showers.
Terno Garden Sun Lounger
The eye-catching silhouette of this steel-framed lounger gives it a modern look. The canopy can be adjusted in order to keep your head in the shade, and the fabric is durable and easy to clean,
Amezza Acacia and Canvas Lounge Chair by La Redoute
This coastal-style canvas lounger folds up easily and is made with durable and weather-resistant wood.
Click Sun Lounger
Part of a large collection of outdoor furniture, this lounger has been designed to follow the structure of the spine. The material used provides “cushion-free comfort” and comes in a wide range of colours.
Moroso Imba Sun Lounger
This lounger is made from woven threads, using a technique normally used for fishing nets. Each piece is unique, and handmade by local craftsmen in Senegal. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Argos Home Zero Gravity Lounger
A popular budget-friendly lounger which elevates the legs while supporting the back to give a “sensation of weightlessness” and reduce joint pressure.
Brescia Wooden Garden Lounger
The use of acacia wood makes this lounger particularly sturdy, and the curved design allows it to offer a gentle rocking motion. It comes with a thickly padded pillow.