What is a lounge?

What is a lounge?


What is a lounge?

 

It's hard to imagine a home without a lounge. It's the room where you can relax, watch television and meet with friends. But did you know that the word "lounge" comes from French? The French word la longue is thought to be derived from louer meaning "to let." This refers to the way that medieval English innkeepers made their money: by renting out rooms. A longue was a type of room in which people could rest after eating a meal or during travel. Over time, these rooms became known as lounges even though they weren't rented out anymore!

A lounge (also called a living room, sitting room or more formally, a drawing room) is an area in a residential house or apartment for relaxing and socializing.

A lounge (also called a living room, sitting room or more formally, a drawing room) is an area in a residential house or apartment for relaxing and socializing.

A lounge has furniture such as couches, chairs and coffee tables. It often has windows which overlook the outdoors somehow - through the trees of your backyard or at least some sort of view from inside your home. A lounge may be next to other rooms like the kitchen or family room, or it may be separate from those rooms entirely - perhaps in its own wing?

Such a room is sometimes called a front room when it is near the main entrance at the front of the house. In large formal homes, a sitting room is often a small private living area adjacent to a bedroom, such as the Queen's Sitting Room and the Lincoln Sitting Room of the White House. The term living room was coined in the late 19th or early 20th century.

A lounge is typically a large room with plenty of seating, often with soft couches and chairs. The purpose of a lounge is to provide some space in which you can relax and enjoy yourself while entertaining guests. It's not unusual for a lounge to also be used as a reception room, where guests are greeted by hosts or hostesses before they are seated at the table for dinner. You'll find that many lounges have some kind of entertainment or media center, whether it's just a few bookshelves filled with books or DVDs, or an entire gaming console setup complete with surround sound speakers and high-quality television screens.

In homes that lack a parlour or drawing room, the lounge may also function as a reception room. A typical western lounge may contain furnishings such as sofas, chairs, occasional tables, coffee tables, bookshelves, electric lamps, rugs or other furniture. Traditionally many lounges had closed fireplaces.

Lounge Char

A lounge is a room in a house or apartment that is furnished and decorated to provide casual comfort. In modern times, it usually has upholstered furniture, often including an array of seating options such as couches and armchairs. Although the term originally referred to a room where one could relax in an oriental fashion, it now can refer to any type of sitting area.

The word living comes from the Old English word llif meaning "to be alive" and the Old French word vivre meaning "to live". It initially meant any place inhabited or lived in but eventually came to mean specifically a house or other dwelling-place from 16th century onwards when people started building houses with permanent roofs instead of just using tents for shelter during winter months only when there was enough food stored up by summertime harvests which lasted until next year's harvest season began again.

Conclusion

A lounge is a place where you can relax and unwind. It's where you go when you want to be alone or spend quality time with someone else. A lounge can also serve as a meeting place, either formally or informally, as well as provide entertainment space for small gatherings like get-togethers with friends or family members who live nearby.