First, a vocab lesson. A chaise longue (pronounced shez long) is an armchair with an extra-long seat, made for one person to recline on. The back and arms portion of the chair can look like a fauteuil or bergère, or can even have no arms, if you don't have a tendency to roll. These days, some are indistinguishable from daybeds or large ottomans, and fainting couches are a particular subset of the chaise longue category.
Do you have a chaise longue indoors? Do you want one?
1 via theglitterguide.com
2 Michael Graves' home with vintage Le Corbusier/Charlotte Perriand chaise longue, via Traditional Home
3 Tobias Harvey photography via From the Right Bank
4 Marzia Chierichetti's home in Kenya via pia jane bijkerk
5 Delta Helene chaise in a William Hodgins interior, photo by Frederic Vasseur for House Beautiful
6 19th century Venetian chaise in Candace Bushnell's home, photo by William Waldron for Elle Decor
7 Toton Sanchez design, B&B Italia chaise, photo by Simon Upton for Elle Decor
8 B306 Chaise Longue by Le Corbusier and Charlotte Perriand, photo by Janis Nicolay for House and Home
9 Jarlath Mellett design via Lonny Mag
10 Brad Ford design via Lonny Mag
Images as linked above.