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I don't know if I would ever consider living in the hot and swampy American South but regardless of the humidity down in Dixie land, the image of the front porch is idyllic. Mississippi-based Andy Hilton grew up with porch swings but when he turned into a professional designer, he realized it was high time for them to be improved upon. His modular swing from SwingLab is an elegant, stripped down seat with various reconfiguration options for your comfort. The swing is crafted from durable cypress and steel and is completely versatile to fit your exact style and comfort needs, you fussy swinger.

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"The midcentury look of the swing is a product of its function, and not the other way around"

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The SwingLab is a perfect viewpoint from which to watch every person walk by. No, it's only creepy if you make it so.

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The lady rearranges the swing:

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Here she is rearranging it in close-up:

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It looks like her neighbor has the same swing. Her house is also nicer.

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"I'm not sure I want to swing with you. This beer selection is atrocious."

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"Here, take this beer Melissa gave me. I hate it."

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"I guess I'll just swing alone then."

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SwingLab Purchase Link / Website

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