White Porch Swing

White Porch Swing

If you prefer traditional decor that never goes out of style, wooden porch swings will probably fit your home best. These popular outdoor swings are made of a variety of woods, including cedar, ash, teak and cypress, so you can pick a color that works well with your yard and your porch. Many wooden swings are also treated with a waterproof sealant, which gives them a glossy appearance and protects them from water damage. Make sure your porch is sturdy enough to hold a hanging porch swing before buying one, however. Depending on the type of wood used, your swing can be very heavy. If you decide a hanging porch swing puts too much stress on your porch, you can also find front porch swings that are mounted to stable bases and glide instead of rocking back and forth. These front porch swings are also a good option if your home has small windows and a hanging swinging would block the view.
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White Porch Swing

White front porch swings are probably the most popular color seen on American porches and for good reason. They look clean, fresh and inviting, whether they are just small swings fit for one person or a kid, or are ample 6 footers hanging from strong chains. White porch swings are only beautiful if they are clean and really white, what makes them difficult to maintain. White porch swings can be made of wood, wicker, resin or even wrought iron, and they come in a range of sizes and styles. The most popular are the simple, traditional designs, but many people prefer Adirondack style for their unsurpassed comfort and good looks. You can give your white porch swing a touch of whimsy by adding a few colorful swing seat cushions. The cushions will also make your afternoon nap so much more comfortable. If your white porch swing is made of softwood, make sure that it is protected from the rain. Swings made of hardwoods are much more weather resistant and can be left outdoors uncovered. ALL SWINGS SHOWN BELOW ARE AVAILABLE IN WHITE
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White Porch Swing

White front porch swings are probably the most popular color seen on American porches and for good reason. They look clean, fresh and inviting, whether they are just small swings fit for one person or a kid, or are ample 6 footers hanging from strong chains. White porch swings are only beautiful if they are clean and really white, what makes them difficult to maintain. White porch swings can be made of wood, wicker, resin or even wrought iron, and they come in a range of sizes and styles. The most popular are the simple, traditional designs, but many people prefer Adirondack style for their unsurpassed comfort and good looks. You can give your white porch swing a touch of whimsy by adding a few colorful swing seat cushions. The cushions will also make your afternoon nap so much more comfortable. If your white porch swing is made of softwood, make sure that it is protected from the rain. Swings made of hardwoods are much more weather resistant and can be left outdoors uncovered.
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White Porch Swing

Rated 5 out of 5 by 103f from A very nice swing This is a well-made, classic swing. It appears sturdy and ready to last a good long time. Where we have it the swing will be exposed somewhat to the elements, so we’ll need to paint and otherwise maintain it, but that’s fine with us. With the help of a Home Depot online associate, I ordered the swing on Tuesday and it arrived at my house on Thursday. Date published: 2013-06-25

Rated 4 out of 5 by dbmp from Nice light to medium weight swing While the swing itself is very well built as a light to medium weight swing, the directions for assembly are among the worst I’ve ever seen. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to put it together, but I did encounter some confusion in hardware use because of the lack of clear instructions. The grainy pictures in the instructions didn’t help, either. But, if you can tolerate that lack, the swing is really comfortable and has all the hardware you need to fully install it in about 25-40 minutes. Be aware of the weight limit recommendation. Date published: 2013-07-23
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Rated 5 out of 5 by LCAngell from Solid beautiful porch swing! This swing was a birthday gift from my husband. It is fantastic – solid, comfortable, easy to assemble and a cinch to keep clean. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking to create a reading or sitting nook on their porch! Date published: 2014-06-23
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While white wicker porch swings have a decidedly classic feel, dark brown or black wicker will give your porch a modern look. Achieve a fresh nautical look by pairing white wicker with navy blue or red cushions, but steer clear of floral patterns when you want your wicker porch swings to look contemporary. Beige, tangerine and lime will all complement dark wicker well.
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To complement a home decorated with eclectic furniture and antique pieces, why not hang an iron swing on your porch? With their sleek lines and elegant scrollwork, iron outdoor swings are both old-fashioned and whimsical. Sitting on cold metal for long periods of time can be uncomfortable, however, so add a few colorful cushions or throw pillows to make these swings more relaxing.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Suzanne from Looks great, good price, but assembly instructions are not the best. We assembled our porch swing today and it looks very nice. The instructions are not clearly written though. From the photo of the parts that are included (very blurry and too darkly shaded) in the shipped box, to the steps for assembly, the instruction sheet left a lot to be desired. I AM very happy with the end result though! Date published: 2015-04-26