Uwharrie Porch Swing, Annaliese Collection - 4 Foot
Relax and enjoy your Uwharrie Annaliese Collection Porch Swing. Big enough for two, this swing will ensure you enjoy your time spent outdoors. The swing pictured is the Uwharrie White Polymer Finish. The swing is suspended by two included chains and held together with durable stainless steel hardware. Made from pressurized pine construction, the swing is tough and long lasting. Choose from a large selection of colors with finish options in Natural; or Polymer for a flat, full-coverage finish; or Wash for a distressed, wiped finish. All hardware used to assemble the furniture is stainless steel. Dimensions: 34D x 49.5W x 38H inches.
Main image shown in: White Polymer
Note: Swing stand is NOT INCLUDED in price.
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 look has a washed look with some distressing.
Polymer Finish - 3 coats of paint covering the entire surface, no sanding or distressing. This finish is very clean looking with a more solid painted look.
About Materials Used in Uwharrie Furniture
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.
The Uwharrie Unique Finish and How It Will Age
The wood used in Uwharrie chairs requires no additional protection from exposure to weather. This is why it's possible to distress the finish, giving the furniture the appearance of time-worn antiques. As Uwharrie products age naturally, their rustic character will be enhanced. You should expect to see some additional loss of paint and some surface cracking; exposed wood will eventually turn dark. But even as nature matures your furniture, the wood and the product will remain structurally sound for years to come.