100% Northern White Cedar with pine tabletop
Natural wood surface with no finish
Contoured seat slats provide maximum comfort
A-frame stand is included
Stand dimensions: 87L x 66W x 70H inches
Swing dimensions: 66L x 39W inches
Lakeland Mills Tete-a-Tete Yard Swing Set. Need a place to relax after a busy day, or would just like a special place to privately talk with someone special? Our Tete-a-Tete Yard Swing is the perfect choice. French, meaning head to head, our Tete-a-Tete Swing connects two chairs with a small table in-between. The contoured seats add a comfort that you and your favorite person will enjoy. The table adds convenience for placing drinks, or your favorite book. Made of durable Northern White Cedar with a Pine Table top, the wood is naturally rot and insect resistant. You can finish this piece with a quality penetrating oil finish, or leave it alone to weather to a silvery gray color. Many, or most of the logs will have cracks. These cracks are called checks. Checking occurs when the logs dry and the cells shrink causing the wood to split. This does not weaken the wood. Checking helps give cedar furniture its rustic beauty. Won't it be nice to have a unique yard piece that even your neighbors will envy? Made in the USA. Ships partially assembled. Stand dimensions: 87L x 66W x 70H inches. Tete-A-Tete Chair dimensions: 66L x 39W 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.