Even the most beautiful garden or yard isn't complete without an equally beautiful seating arrangement - luckily, you've found the Uwharrie Veranda Porch Swing. A great way to get your outdoor space into the swing of things, this porch swing is fancy but far from fussy thanks to the planked design, scalloped edges, and eye-catching lattice pattern. Shop the full collection to customize your own set with other Veranda collection pieces. Choose from a large array of colors with finish options in Natural; or Pristine for a flat, full-coverage finish; or Wash for a distressed, wiped finish.
And with so many color and finish options available, it's going to be easy to find your perfect seat. Plus, the swing is crafted of eco-minded, pressure-treated Natural pine that's specially designed to weather all sorts of weather. Metal parts resist rust, too. For a complete look, shop other pieces from Uwharrie's Veranda collection.
Natural- No paint or finish. It will weather to silvery gray over time if not treated. Using a varnish or latex enamel will help delay the weathering process. A Natural wood look.
Wash Finish- 1 coat of paint with heavy sanding over the entire piece. You can expect to see the wood grain through the paint. The appearance has a washed look with some distressing.
Pristine Finish- 3 coats of paint covering the entire surface, no sanding or distressing. This finish is very clean looking with a more solid painted appearance.
About Materials Used in Uwharrie Furniture
Many outdoor furniture products carry environmental objections such as tropical lumber harvesting that devastates rainforests and threatens endangered species or plastics disposal that is harmful to the environment. The Uwharrie Chair Company offers pressure-treated pine as a simple alternative to imported teak, painted metal or hardwood, and molded plastic. Treated lumber offers distinct advantages over other traditional outdoor materials. It is insect- and rot-resistant, it may be stained, painted, or left natural, and it is milled from plantation-grown Southern pine, a renewable resource.