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A Century and More for Pawleys Island Hammocks

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The Pawleys Island® Coastal Collection includes chairs, rockers and swings with seats and seatbacks.

The new line of Pawleys Island® Durawood™ HDPE furniture includes chairs, rockers, swings, tables and footstools.

Celebrating 125 years in business, Pawleys Island® Hammocks has launched a 2015 a line of handsome, virtually maintenance-free all-weather porch furniture inspired by life in the Lowcountry South.

The furniture is crafted from solid Durawood™ HDPE poly-lumber manufactured from recycled plastic milk jugs. Each of the casual chairs, rockers, footstools, tables and swings in the new furniture line’s three collections also features marine-grade rust-resistant 316 stainless steel hardware and uncommonly secure joint connections.

Hand-woven DuraCord® rope (choice of eight colors) or plump interwoven cushions of Sunbrella® fabric are available.

Hand-woven DuraCord® rope (choice of eight colors) or plump interwoven cushions of Sunbrella® fabric are available in the new line’s Coastal Collection.

Designers are calling it one of the most stable outdoor furniture lines available today, with every piece available in multiple lumber colors, from hues that closely resemble wood, to the eye-popping brights so popular on Pawleys Island, S.C., beachfront porches.

The Pawleys Island® Coastal Collection includes chairs, rockers and swings with seats and seatbacks of either hand-woven DuraCord® rope (choice of eight colors) or plump interwoven cushions of Sunbrella® fabric (choice of three colors/patterns) with plush centers of nonabsorbent, resilient polyester hollowfill fiber. Both DuraCord and Sunbrella are exceptionally weather-hardy and colorfast, in addition to being cottony-soft.

www.thehammocksource.com

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