Before TV and AC, homeowners spent a lot of time on their front porch. Today, the front porch has seen a revival, and more people are using them as outdoor rooms for dining, entertaining and relaxing.
By Michele C. HollowMore in Outdoors
Imagine a relaxing afternoon or evening listening to nature and gently swaying back and forth on this swinging daybed from Woolrich Home. The sleeping porch swing is durable yet has a sweet rustic charm. It is crafted from resin over aluminum and designed to look like natural birch branches. The cushion is the same size as a standard twin mattress.
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