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Lakeland Mills Country Porch Swing - 5 ft.
by Lakeland Mills
$399.99
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Arrives by Feb 6 32163

Product Information

Overview
  • Crafted from 100% Northern White Cedar logs
  • Natural wood surface with no finish
  • Contoured seat slats provide maximum comfort
  • Durable in all climates
  • Dimensions: 85L x 34W x 38H inches
Specifications
Dimensions
85L x 34W x 38H in.
Weight
65 lbs.
Material
Wood
Delivery

The Log Collection

Product Overview

Overview
  • Crafted from 100% Northern White Cedar logs
  • Natural wood surface with no finish
  • Contoured seat slats provide maximum comfort
  • Durable in all climates
  • Dimensions: 85L x 34W x 38H inches
What's Included
Porch swing
What's Not Included
Stand
Description

Whether you live in the country or in the city, the Lakeland Mills Country Porch Swing can help you feel a little more comfortable at home. The swing is constructed from 100% Northern White Cedar, and it features custom contoured seat slats for superior comfort and support. The wood is naturally resistant to both rot and insect damage, so it can remain durable in all climates and settings. Unfinished, this wood naturally weathers to a silvery grey color. This color, combined with the gradual checking of the wood, lends an inviting rustic beauty to the swing. Made in the USA. Ships partially assembled. Dimensions: 85L x 34W x 38H inches.

 

Info on the quality and benefits of Northern White Cedar: The superior choice for rustic furniture, because of its beauty, practicality and versatility. Features: A creamy white color, that blends with any decor; smooth surfaced wood, that adds comfort to furniture; naturally resistant to rot and insect damage; weathers gracefully to a silvery gray when left untreated; may be stained to match decor with quality exterior wood sealants; will not shrink or warp. All log furniture is subject to the natural process of checking. Checking happens as wood releases moisture, and normally occurs across or through the annual growth rings. It is the usual result of wood seasoning. Checking occurs only on the surface of the wood, and does not affect the structural performance or integrity of the wood.

 

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