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Mahogany Porch Swing

Ah, the old mahogany porch-swing – a lovely retro model that takes you back to a simpler era. What fundamentals make a porch swing comfortable? The key is to integrate 1) the perfect body contours of the back and seat, 2) a proper trajectory maintaining the correct angle with the seat tipped neither forward nor backward, and 3) proper placement of the support rope or chain by passing through the arm rests, as well as the seat support....See more info below

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PSWMHW001

$310.00

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Mahogany Porch Swing <p>Built from the finest Belizean mahogany, this porch-swing is built to last.</p> <p>Shipped in one package, there are four components: seat bottom, back rest, and two arm rests. Minor assembly required. (Suspension rope or chain not included.)</p> <p>Dimensions: 48"L x 29"W x 25"H</p> <p>COLOR &amp; AGING:  Depending upon when the mahogany was milled, your chair may still be a bit “blond” upon arrival. But with time the wood will oxidize and turn the classic dark red of “aged mahogany.” To encourage the color-aging process, apply a thin of oil to your chair and put in the sun for a few hours. If the chair is to reside indoors, or in the shade outdoors, it should be oiled about every 6 months. However, if the chair is to live outdoors in direct sunlight, be aware that it will eventually turn to a sun-bleached “barn-wood” silvery-grey.</p>
$310.00

Built from the finest Belizean mahogany, this porch-swing is built to last.

Shipped in one package, there are four components: seat bottom, back rest, and two arm rests. Minor assembly required. (Suspension rope or chain not included.)

Dimensions: 48"L x 29"W x 25"H

COLOR & AGING:  Depending upon when the mahogany was milled, your chair may still be a bit “blond” upon arrival. But with time the wood will oxidize and turn the classic dark red of “aged mahogany.” To encourage the color-aging process, apply a thin of oil to your chair and put in the sun for a few hours. If the chair is to reside indoors, or in the shade outdoors, it should be oiled about every 6 months. However, if the chair is to live outdoors in direct sunlight, be aware that it will eventually turn to a sun-bleached “barn-wood” silvery-grey.

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