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The Ultimate Porch Swing (Seats Two)

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The Ultimate Porch Swing (Seats Two)

July 18, 2013

Finding a good-looking porch swing feels like a coup of sorts. Finding a good-looking porch swing where the designers have also thought of clever places to tuck icy drinks and books for lazy-day reading feels like a miracle.

Arrowhead is a two man craft operation located in Raleigh, North Carolina, and by our estimation they’ve found something of a porch swing genius in their friend Jackson who designed the Two Up Harris Swing.

Based on a design for a swing that belonged to his great-grandfather, Jackson designed the Harris Swing–which comes in one- or two-person options–to be built entirely without fasteners. Local North Carolina lumber and rope are the only two materials used to hold together the indoor/outdoor swing.

For pricing and details about purchasing, contact Arrowhead.

Looking for other options? See 5 Favorites: Porch Swings.

Inspired to make your own swing? See DIY: Giant Porch Swing.

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